So ages ago when I was still a newbie, I asked a question, which I thought about, I made sure it was okay, checked the rules, checked again, did my goody two shoes shit that I don't bother with anymore and made sure the question was okay, and posted it.
That question was removed.
The only thing I was told is that it was 'provocative' (I think that's the word. If it's not then I'll put the right word in the update)
I wasn't told why. I had no idea why. Provocative? Not it wasn't it was just a simple opinion poll. No harm in it.
How are we supposed to know what not to post if we're not told why our posts are being removed? Sure a pretty little category of what's not allowed can give you a guideline, but I followed that guideline to a T. I still don't know what I did wrong.
So do you think G@G should tell you why a post of yours was removed?
- YesVote A
- NoVote B
- Other (explain)Vote C
Most Helpful Guy
You're probably talking about "Antagonistic"
But whenever/if your questions get removed, the sytem "should" send you a message
with an explanation, as to why.. If it doesn't, or if you disagree, you could contact the Admins, and explain your situation. http://www.girlsaskguys.com/contact0
Most Helpful Girl
I have always thought that there should be a comment box when reporting questions and opinions. That would help the moderators as well as the administration.1