No I wouldn't, but that was only my secondary point. This is getting kinda boring though. I think you know bloody well what I mean, and I think you agree and just felt like making an argument out of how you, with your wonderful contract classes, know about oral contracts and how incredibly awesome they are. Where as everyone knows that in real life, an oral contract isn't worth jack *&^%, and while they're often enough tried in courts (there's a reason why they're so frequently tried - because it's inherently difficult to enforce one) even there they more frequently fail than prevail.
Very persuasive, KeNo. I'm guessing that with your copious real life experience (to which I am no stranger myself, as it happens) you'll have much to offer your professors and classmates.
I do agree that watching you trying to defend your original assertion has turned from amusing to pointless, rather like watching a monkey @#!* a football.