English -- Please, please help :(

Hi. I need help with the following:
Develop a Balanced Argument For The Following Scenario:

Convince your significant other to use your income tax refund to buy a bass boat rather than spending it on new furniture.

I'm supposed to use Ethos, Logos, and Pathos in this.

Can someone help me??

This site will explain those approaches to argument very simply.

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