No, I don't mean like, if someone on here asks you out or whatever..I'm saying more about if you think the question deserves a "no" answer. Every time I tell someone "no" on here, I get yelled at, even though it happens to be the truth. It made me wonder if there's a point in saying "no"?
Yeah I have noticed that for example with questions like "Do white guys like black girls"or "Are you attracted to -",it's like saying no is wrong,so it kind of ends up pointless,so it's better to just skip the question and let people hear what they want to hear.
It's the nature of the beast. People don't want to hear what they don't want to hear, period. No matter how truthful it is. Don't take it personally though. It has nothing to do with you or your answer. It simply has to do with them and their willingness to accept something that they don't particular like.
They could just be annoyed if all you said was "No" with no supporting details or any further insight because a simple "no" is kind of a worthless answer if the question is really complex. Or if that person needs someone to give them some meaningful advice a simple "no" does nothing at all
Haha I know right!? I got yelle at too. So I just give up now! If I read a question and I dissaggree with it then I just skip it. There is no point of giving my opinion if I'm just going to get yelled at!
People want nice compliments, so if you go against what they wanted to here it'll make them mad. ha ha So there isn't really a point in saying no when people just want to hear the good. I said no the other day and they gave me a thumbs down.
They shouldn't ask if they don't want an honest answer. I joined this site for the few who will actually tell me the truth and not just to tell me what they think is the nicest or what they think I want to here and to return the favor. To everyone who has given up on giving truthful opinions, please continue to give them because I may need it some day and would much rather here the truth then some bogus answer intended to make me feel better.