Why it's better to ask the questions, even when they are "dumb"

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Meenu

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My husband decided to try to test my water. He asked me if he's supposed to put the drops into the tank.

Ummm.... would it be okay if I just do that? :whistling:
 

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You better check with your LFS on answers for that.
 

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Aw, well at least he was trying, I get laughed at for... now how do they put it... "Playing with your chemistry set"...
 

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omg lol. well my husband doesn't even get why i change the water every week! let alone test for it. he thinks that i have ocd or something cos i test often etc. hmmm i wonder what he'd say if i asked him to test the water?!
 
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He's sweet for wanting to help. It was just funny, and we get a lot of "Well, this question is dumb..." so I thought I'd point out that no matter how dumb, it's better to ask. (Although I have to admit that I am not one of those "there's no such thing as a stupid question" people. There are stupid questions, but they should be asked anyway.)
 

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can't imagine the look on his face
 

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OMG you would would have to buy 175 test kits a week!!!!...lolol
 

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Just think of the pretty colours your water would turn!
 
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