Don't you just hate it, when you log in and the feed is filled with questions titled:
"Need urgent help. Please read below?"
"Not sure what to do, any advice plz?"
"Guy and girls, can you answer this?"
"Girls/guys only. What do you think about this?"
Honestly, I never ever click on those type of questions, because they don't sound like something I want to read. I like to have a preview of what is in the body, so I can decide whether I'm interested in the topic enough to read the whole thing.
Of course, people are free to title their questions as they please, but I think they're shooting themselves in the foot by not providing any sort of synopsis in their question title.
I'm sure there are more people like me, who are selective in what they read and answer. I'm also a lazy fucker and don't want to read a body of teenage drama only to find out it's a dime a dozen story that has been answered a billion times before here.
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It's nice when a question title is clear but I wouldn't say I hate it when it's not. I'll still click on them (well tap since I'm on my phone) but if the question itself is unclear, that's what pisses me off.
You know when it's just one big incoherent rambling of text or when they don't give enough pertinent details or if the answer they are looking for is something that I couldn't possibly know without being a mindreader. I've learned my lesson though, if i tap on a question and it's a huge text wall, I'll read maybe the first paragraph (just to give it a chance) but if it's not interesting or well put together, I'll just go back to the live feed.0