Do you know any idioms meaning "you know how to convince me"?
Edit: the context is a humorous response to someone offers you something you can't resist
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The idiom silver-tongued generally refers to someone perceived to have great powers of persuasion.
Having or exhibiting the power of fluent and persuasive speech; eloquent.
It is often used - most often in the second person- in the highly idiomatic and humourously applied phrase silver-tongued devil, e.g. "You've talked me into it, you silver-tonged devil, you!"
to manage to persuade someone to do something or to agree with you.
- I’m sure I can bring him around to our point of view.
"You could sell sand to the Arabs."
"You could sell ice to an Eskimo."
Transparent enough adages about someone's powers of persuasion.
"He could sell snow to Eskimos" or "He could sell sand to the Arabs." both of which mean "He is extremely persuasive"
'You have the gift of the gab.'
The 'gift of the gab' is the 'the ability to speak easily and confidently in a way that makes people want to listen to you and believe you'.
'You have the power of persuasion.'
The 'power of persuasion' is simply that - the ability to persuade people to do something.