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flip193's avatar

What do you really think when you give someone a great question?

Asked by flip193 (208points) June 3rd, 2008 from iPhone

what really comes to mind

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brownlemur's avatar

I think, “hey, that person asked a great question. I will now click on the appropriate link that gives points to that person.”

gailcalled's avatar

I think that this is a perfect example of a great question; it solicited great answers, too.

wizard's avatar

The best question I’ve seen in three days is this one. It’s one of those questions that really makes you think, without relying on an easy Google search to do the work for you.

wizard's avatar

@gailcalled, that’s weird how we both posted at the same time =P

gailcalled's avatar

@W: I know. Isn’t it nice to be in synch?

sndfreQ's avatar

Noooo….not “synch!!!!” You planned that didn’t you Gail!

wizard's avatar

I tried not to mention that =/

cheebdragon's avatar

“OMG that’s such a great question!!!!”

breedmitch's avatar

Psynch. he he!

flip193's avatar

if its such a great question how come I didnt get any great question’s????

Harp's avatar

Usually what moves me to hit the GQ button is the recognition that someone is looking at the world from an interesting perspective. Asking original questions is far more difficult than giving great answers.

gailcalled's avatar

@flip193: Flutherers don’t like lurve grovelers.

@Breed: great one.

@Jon; It’s a cinch that I did not plan “synch” (or other correct choice for informal usage – way before internet – is “sync”) but I didn’t feel like checking the correct spelling for synchronization.

And I tend to be seat-of-the-pants rather than planner. Let ‘er rip, I say.


fabulous's avatar

when I give a great question it is because it is an intelligent and interesting question that would set off a good disscusion.

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