Do you like answering (hot) (latest) (best) or (unanswered) questions?
I always try the unanswered first not just to be first in answering but to see why it has been left open.
Great post. Enjoy all the questions - hot latest best and unanswered! Love to be challenged.
Yeah I love answering them, esp the spambot answers you know the ones about home pregnancy testing etc. that keep being repeated.
Dang, do you realize that I'd never noticed the ability to shuffle them until you asked this one? I'm so blind sometimes.
If I answer questions at all (which used to be rare but now seems to be something I'm doing more), I usually just go with whatever shows up when I click "Answers" (and I'd kind of like to be able to click the word, "Questions" instead - but that's a subject for another day).
Anyway, I go with whatever shows up when I click on, which, I guess, is generally "Latest". I guess my thinking is that if it isn't among the latest, there's a good chance I've always seen it and passed it by. I know there's also the chance I haven't already rejected it, but there's only so much looking for new questions I'm willing to get involved with.
Hot, since it's the first "answers" tab that is visible on the page. It's way too much work to click other tabs, obv.
usually latest questions. too many hot questions seem to be silly .
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