I think they should do this. What if you make a mistake while typing out advice to someone or what if you regret what you say online and wish to delete it? I wish they'd have this option cause I feel like it'd help a lot. What do you think?
- Yes. I want that too.62% (8)31% (5)45% (13)Vote
- That actually sounds like a good idea.15% (2)6% (1)10% (3)Vote
- No. I like it the way it is. You should pay attention to what you say.15% (2)50% (8)34% (10)Vote
- I think it's stupid that they don't have this option.8% (1)13% (2)11% (3)Vote
Most Helpful Guy
The idea is fine, but it's not thought through.
If people could remove their own posts, they could
troll, rage and be as dumb as they could, and when
confronted about it, just remove it, and deny everything.
You can update questions, and going anonymous
is a feature that's always open aswell.
If something you've posted really bothers you
at least for questions, you can "Disavow" which is
a feature you can find by going to your profile's question section
and looking for the very right side of the question, there should
be a black chain, Disavowing, makes you anonymous, and you
won't get any notifications from it again, basically "removing"
it from your profile.
It's also in the FaQ, http://www.girlsaskguys.com/faq/posts
looking under "Can I edit or delete my own posts?"
So just review before you post something
and make sure you're certain about what