How to Tell People Your Parents are Dead

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1. Keep it short and vague.

2. Fallback (gently) on a cliché.

Delicious, but not a great conversation partner. Trust me.

3. Go all in or shut it down.

“Ummm…”
“Who needs emotion when we’ve got sparkles?”

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(she/her) Cares exclusively about Thai curries and storytelling

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