In my experience on GaG people have freaked out over honest answers, called needing a girl to look good to love her 'shallow' and thought a second question as 'insecure' it's a bit ridiculous. First off people who repeat questions isn't that big of a deal, so all you brave anon people who post saying how insecure they are-you are pretending to be vigilante justice for gag moderators who are click happy to take down a second question. You're real secure yourselves aren't you? Who cares if they want a second opinion? Who cares you don't have to click on it, and if you don't like it you're only being a coward when you post saying how annoying they are, guess what-don't click on the link!!! It's your fault and you're just playing hero for a stupid site like this place. Gag isn't a community, it's a bunch of immature people with one or two mature people (not talking age) and a whole lot of cowardly internet mud throwing about things. 'You can't really mean to want something real when you value looks so much and need your girl to be beautiful!' Yes actually a guy can. 'You are so cruel for saying that' no I don't respect people who are immature about sex and I'm not sorry, are just a few examples of people having prejudice against things I've said and I've seen others do the same, guy or girl. This should be more a my take but regardless I've had my fill of people from this site, it really is a mad house of immature kids. Put down you laptops and phones and go outside, just be ready because people often ask repetitive questions in real life and I know how you hate duplicates.
Most Helpful Girl
Being behind a computer makes some people not care what they say online. It's a lot easier to get out your true thoughts and feelings or frustrations on here than it is in real life, too.3
Most Helpful Guy
It has really fell wayyyyyyy off in the two + years that I have been here that's for sure. That is why I am counting the points. I am within , blah blah of another gift card and I can guarantee the door won't be anywhere close to hitting me on my way out1