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Probably because of the type of questions u ask. I know that i personally avoid "is he flirting?" Or "does he like me?" Questions because there r soooooooo many of them, and they r all stupid questions and there is like an obvious answer that the asker should already know. Like itll say something like "he stared at my face and deep into my eyes grinning uncontrollably for like 45 min. Does he like me?" No, no he doesn't like u, he just stared at u like that for 45 damn minutes cuz u had a fly on your head. Like honestly the obvious answer is yes, so why did u even ask. I'm not saying these r necessarily your questions, but if they r, this is exactly why they don't get answered.
People primarily answer based on the news feed, so unfortunately the questions that pick up get answered easily, while those that don't get picked up at all don't really get answers. It depends on the title, and the way it's phrased. I can't really answer specifically without knowing any of these "unanswered questions" you mentioned.