I think it's mainly attention seeking, and specifically here at hubpages it could be for boosting their hubscore through more hubtivity that way.
I think it is just for the sake of it or they are excited much and not realising what they are doing.
Some people really ask so many stupid questions.I think some ask out of curiosity, some has nothing to do rather than asking questions to irritate people purposely,and some are real stupid.
Maybe they are not asking stupid questions... perhaps you are so worldly and have experienced so much in life that you already know the answers to so many questions...or maybe they are doing their own survey...
by Eaglekiwi7 months ago
Why are employers asking such stupid questions in there Job Applications and generally requiring volumes of information for a $8 an hour job?
by Sparhawke7 years ago
Obviously it is a useful feature and it can take my mind down different paths that it had not considered...But are there any hidden advantages to asking endless questions constantly?I might expect such things from a...
by bileygur7 years ago
After reading through the forum and answers I see that some of the questions there seem to be asked just for the sake of asking them, but not to get the answer it self. Are these question asked for the...
by Nishit Trivedi5 years ago
Do we really need to ask stupid questions on hubpages ?I have seen many stupid questions in the question / answers section of hubpages.com, I just want to know why people are not taking this feature seriously to ask...
by Jaggedfrost7 years ago
Why do people answer stupid questions when flagging them has become that much easier. This spam...nonsense has to end. As they say the best way to kill a troll is to starve it to death.
by EatLovePray6 years ago
Why do some people ask so many random questions at once!?Just wondering..
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