I've noticed a lot with my questions, and with other people's questions that either:
A) People cater towards the answer the QA wants to hear. For example: The question is "Do guys like small boobs? Does size really matter?" then people will answer like "I love all boobs, especially small boobs." - I mean come on, we all know you're just trying to make her feel better. I agree helping someones self esteem is good, but we all know deep down she knows most guys probably would prefer a bigger rack. So really this is just a pointless question.
B) When people make one situation better than the other, just to get votes on the obvious better one. Example : "Guys would you rather sleep with a curvy girl or a thin skinny girl?" The choice is obvious, the curvy girl. I've seen the question about 383838 times. Just to put it out there- we all know by curvy you mean fat, and skinny girls can have curves too.
C) How people always see the negative in things. Example : "Do you think he ever cared about me or just used me?" a lot of the time, people will answer with "he used you." when 75% of the time he actually cared.
Anyways, I like this site and all, but sometimes when it comes down to it: the answers aren't always accurate.
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I don't think its so much that people lie, as there is self-selection among those who answer.
Some guys like big breasts. Some guys like small breasts. Really.
When a girl says 'Do any guys like small boobs?', MOST of the guys who really like large breasts don't bother answering. They just move on. But the guys who DO like small breasts all jump in and tell her 'hey, I prefer them'. Same thing with the curvy/skinny thing. Personally, I prefer skinnier girls. A girl who is a bit curvy, I don't say anything. A girl who is fat, yeah, I'll say 'for me your weight would be an issue'.
As for seeing the negative in things, I don't know. I think people try to be honest, but everyone is coming from their own life experiences. That doesn't make them wrong or right - a site like this, its best not to look for the 'right answer'. Recognize that each answer represents a single view, and the 'truth' is in the mix of answers you get. If you ask 'did he use me' and 15 guys say 'he used you', that might tell you something. If there's a mix of answers, that tells you something else.
I think it should be obvious that the answers aren't always accurate, and certainly aren't 'the final truth for everyone', but most are given in good faith, I believe, and mean _something_.1