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nickells's avatar

Wow, I hear you can only ask THREE questions every so hours. Well, how many questions have I asked in the limit, and how many more do I have before I run out/how long until my count resets?

Asked by nickells (2points) August 6th, 2008 from iPhone
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jlm11f's avatar

Who said you can ask only 3 Qs? I have never heard of that.

eambos's avatar

Fluther made a limit on the number of questions you can ask? I just thought it was polite to not ask too many questions.I do approve of a question limit.

poofandmook's avatar

if you ask too many in a short period of time you need to wait a few hours before asking more… I hit that my first day… but it was more than 3.

jlm11f's avatar

oooh. i guess i never asked that many at one time. I approve of the Q limit too then. I like variety, and don’t want to answer 20 Qs in a row by the same person :). Plus, it’s a lot more fun to answer than ask…don’t ya think?

jrpowell's avatar

It is three questions in x amount of hours. x is under 5.

gailcalled's avatar

@nickel; you have three questions here alone ^^. Pop quiz: See whether you could condense all those words to one pithy query.

MacBean's avatar

Wow, I don’t think I could hit the limit if I TRIED to… I’ve only asked one question in the two months I’ve been here.

richardhenry's avatar

MacBean is clearly a giver, not a taker. It’s rare to find a question that’s a giver.

AstroChuck's avatar

I, on the other hand, am a taker. I have reached the limit before and gotten the message that I couldn’t ask any more questions. So gimme, gimme, gimme. I need, I need, I need.
You see, it’s all about me.

poofandmook's avatar

@richardhenry: You make it sound like a bad thing. Enquiring minds want to know.

speaking of which, why is that rag spelled wrong? Is there a reason beyond stupidity?

EmpressPixie's avatar

I just hit the cap for the first time, but is the limit still 3 in 5? If so, I’m outside of the limit but getting the “no more questions for you!” message.

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