I'd like if the forum format used the common format. The common forum format is more elegant and easier to navigate than GAG's format. With GAG's format, if it's busy and your question gets pushed to the bottom, it often goes unanswered.
I said C. All it really needs is a new chat system and the ability to block anonymous users. On a scale of one - 10, I'd give it a 7.5 because you get free stuff and the community is okay for the most part
It's pretty great. I've found all kinds of answers to questions I never knew I wanted answers to. I find a sense of fufillment from helping people on here. And of course the free Amazon gift cards are amazing.
As for the website itself, it could use some improving, fortunately they're rebuilding it soon and have been listening to feedback from members, so it should me much better in the near future.
My personal opinion is that GirlsAskGuys.com is great if and only if you happen to be from America or (to a lesser extent) some other first world countries. For people from the rest of the world, the site isn't too helpful because their cultures are too different. Americans answer the questions according to their cultural values, but if the question asker isn't from America or some other first world countries, these kind of answers are far from what he/she expected to hear.
I agree with the answer below about people who are blocked. If you're blocked you should be blocked from answering anything or voting for or against that is asked by someone that has blocked you. You're blocked for a reason obviously.
Stop users who have blocked you from answering your questions or commenting on your answers or questions. And Censor GAG to prevent people who never intended to offend or violate the terms to get in trouble.
Needs a major overhaul of "Terms and Conditions" and the powers granted to Super Moderators and Moderators. I think the minimum age for someone who can wield the power to delete questions, answers and even users - should be 25 years old. Some moderators aren't even old enough to legally drive yet have enough experience in life to basically be a junior administrator here? Somethings wrong with that.