I do not have a problem with long questions IF the question is well-written and understandable. when I come across a post without punctuation, bad grammar, misspelled words that is written in street slang, I simply move past it. People in this country, who are that ignorant deserve their problems. Ignorant means not having the facts and skills that can be learned by 90% of the population. Ignorant does not mean stupid, or retarded, so get over that.
If young people would simply learn the basics of reading, writing, math, etc., they might be able to see past the BS that has infected their relationships.
If every sentence they write is some kind if justification, I won't respond because they don't want to hear anything that conflicts with what they want to hear.
For instance, if they write "why doesn't he text me" and proceed to write a novel of him smiling at them once two months ago, or looking in their direction last week, etc etc they don't want to hear the hard truth that he isn't into them. Then it becomes a debate via comments as they dispute your opinion with more worthless justification.
Better things to do, honestly, than convince someone who doesn't want to be convinced.
Sometimes. It depends what a question is. If it's something like "Does he/she like me?", I'm probably gonna skip it. I also avoid reading really long racist or sexist questions that rely on retarded logic, unless I get a laugh out of them.