Is there big difference?

devil's advocate and Party-pooper


Thanks a lot


Jul 22, 2014 1:55 AM
Comments · 4

Devil's advocate is when someone is advocating a side that most people wouldn't.  She may or may not agree with it, but is just trying to show people there isn't a right or wrong answer.  


A party pooper is someone who brings down the mood of a party.  Maybe they won't dance or laugh.  


The main difference is that a devil's advocate is usually participating, but isn't going along with the general crowd.  You can think debate with devil's advocate.

A party pooper is someone who is typically trying to ruin the fun whether on purpose or just having a bad day.

July 24, 2014

very grateful for your comment.

July 24, 2014

She is always a devil's advocate in a group because she is likely to give an abrupt response to questions to arouse other's attention.

July 24, 2014

can you explain the meaning of "advocate" and "pooper" or the idiom "party-pooper" ?

July 22, 2014