Does it annoy you when people post page long answers to a simple yes or no question on hubpages
What may be rated as a 'yes' or 'no' answer may require a certain amount of elaboration, but to have a full page written on it should be in a Hub format, rather than being written as an answer - but that's just my view, others may not concur.
No (Since you asked a simple yes no question and you seem to be someone who may/may not get irked by a long explanation, I'll just say a tiny lil "NO")
It's impossible, if you just write "NO" than you get a message: "Your answer is too short. Please make it longer."
But this is a place for discussion, and whether I have a yes or no answer to some question I however like to explain why is that so, I guess so do others.
I would like to answer "No"..but to fix the error "Your answer is too short. Please make it longer", thus I have no choice but to "make my answer longer"
The Q&A section of Hubpages is not really meant for yes-or-no questions. It is meant for questions that inspire longer answers, perhaps even hubs. If you just want to take a poll about someone's likes or dislikes, or see if people agree with you about something, try the Forums.
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