black_cat

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I've had success with preparing slideshows to convince my parents of things. (e.g. chickens) because that way they can't interrupt me, so I can give them all the information, and they can ask questions at the end. I also communicate better with them over email, because that way they have to read what you're saying, and can't interrupt or tune out.
 

HappyDuckie

Our faith can move mountains ~ Matthew 17:20
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She lives in a small terrarium with moss and 1 hide / basking area. I still haven’t decided if I should get a new (bigger) terrarium or let her go
She needs more stuff in the bottom. Whether it’s dirt or moss, just completely cover the bottom. How big is your terrarium?
 

Corbdee

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I've had success with preparing slideshows to convince my parents of things. (e.g. chickens) because that way they can't interrupt me, so I can give them all the information, and they can ask questions at the end. I also communicate better with them over email, because that way they have to read what you're saying, and can't interrupt or tune out.
That’s literally how I convince my parents of every major project I do
 

KingB

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I've had success with preparing slideshows to convince my parents of things. (e.g. chickens) because that way they can't interrupt me, so I can give them all the information, and they can ask questions at the end. I also communicate better with them over email, because that way they have to read what you're saying, and can't interrupt or tune out.
Sneaky! Parents are weird creatures
 

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