Now why would someone make a request and then answer it themselves?
Oh, just read it...to write some spam of course
Well, maybe--- but I seem to remember one that was not spammy (can't remember which one, though). I think it is possible to post a request, then begin thinking about the subject and deciding to post thoughts on the subject.
Some are obviously spam... but not necessarily all.
So if you answer your own question does that make it like a rhetorical question? There should be a rhetorical request section people who answer their own requests.
LOL, that would be awesome! You could get into arguments with yourself over multiple hubs!
Now why would I want to argue with myself in public? Isn't arguing with myself in private enough? SHUT UP YOU STUPID BITCH YOU'RE NOT SUPPOSED TO TELL THEM THAT YOU ARGUE WITH YOURSELF! Damn, I get on my nerves some times! I mean....*clears throat*....yeah how bout them vikings?
I've done that a few times. Sometimes, it's a good thing to get other peoples' opinions.
Hum... am I missing something here, what is the point of making a request and then answering it yourself? Do requests get extra hub points or something?
Request what is this all about?
Note to self- Remember to argue with myself as to why I am even entering this thread.......................
(confused of Cambridge)
I don't think it's that outrageous an idea. If it could only be answered once, maybe it would be.
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