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Why would one choose a "best" answer, when the question posed would not make sense to do so?


Concerning questions of one's personal reasons or unique to that person, why would one choose a "best" answer, as it seems to me, with such a question one cannot choose a "best" answer, i.e., "Why do you write?" In my opinion, it makes no sense to choose a best answer, or do you always choose a best answer anyway?

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Best Answer tlmcgaa70 says

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    Faith Reaper 3 years ago

    Hi tlmcgaa70, Thanks for the great answer here. Yes, I do not understand that either!


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James (Ceegen) says

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    Faith Reaper 3 years ago

    Hi Ceegen, Excellent answer! Thanks for the insight as you see it, and I will remember that good point.

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    Faith Reaper 3 years ago

    Hi Iburmaster, that is a good thought, as I did get an accolade for being picked ten times for having the best answer. Hmmm

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peachy (peachpurple) says

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    Faith Reaper 3 years ago

    Hi peachpurle, thanks for answering. Yes, I do choose a best answer on certain questions, but some questions are difficult as they are from one's perspective.

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P. Thorpe Christiansen (duffsmom) says

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    Faith Reaper 3 years ago

    Yes, I have two right now too, and it would be ridiculous to choose a best answer, as the answers are from the person's own perspective.

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