Do people (mostly) ask questions just for the sake of visibility not for discussing issues
Some people are really interested in discussing issues but the other some are just here for the sake of exposure. i know I do.
I guess 90% of people are here just for promotion. I see about 10 faces all the time asking really stupid questions that they could have found in google in a second. So yeah, most of the people just want visibility, a few really like to discuss things.
I would call it SPAM in other words, but hey, I'm not the one calling the shots around here, not yet
by mr-veg 6 years ago
Do some people ask questions on HP just for the sake of asking questions ?I always wondered after reading through few of the questions asked that do the hubbies just post a question for the sake of posting one ? Or they really need a useful answer to it ? What do you think ?
by EatLovePray 7 years ago
Do you ask questions just for the sake of asking a question?I've noticed many people do this, and it is quite irritating to see so many questions posted all at once by a certain user(s)..
by lyjo 8 years ago
At what age do you think it is appropriate to discuss sex with your child? How much would discuss? If they ask a question, do you tell them everything or just answer what they have asked?
by sugz 6 years ago
oh for hells sake.. when is someone going to stop the blardy spammers?!?!?!?!?!i wanted to asnwer questions,.. .but i'm going to bed instead... does anyone else just close answers because of these stupid spammers????beginning to hate this section of hp... which i used to enjoy....
by Nicola Thompson 6 years ago
Do you come up with a question a day?
by Christin Sander 5 years ago
Why do those who routinely ask questions to provoke atheists/agnostics do so?Some people here and elsewhere seem to constantly need to question atheists, only to not listen to the answers and belittle the very people they are asking questions of. Is that because they feel threatened by atheists?...
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