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    Why are there so many of these threads? Most of the 'ask me' threads are utter nonsense.

    No one wants to know why you do a particular thing....get a grip people
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    Uh, just to kill time I guess.
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    (Original post by Ben_Dover)
    Why are there so many of these threads? Most of the 'ask me' threads are utter nonsense.

    No one wants to know why you do a particular thing....get a grip people
    Don't click on them then? :dontknow:

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    (Original post by Ben_Dover)
    Why are there so many of these threads? Most of the 'ask me' threads are utter nonsense.

    No one wants to know why you do a particular thing....get a grip people
    Except they obviously do as people respond
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    There was a flurry of them recently as everyone jumped on the wagon. Pretty annoying, i agree.
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    (Original post by Lord Baelish)
    Agreed. I find them interesting to be honest.
    Exactly. I like them
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    I like them
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    Them like I
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    (Original post by ChickenMadness)
    Them like I
    Alright yoda
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    (Original post by Lord Baelish)
    Agreed. I find them interesting to be honest.
    Gets annoying after a while
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    I find it weird that people think they are important/interesting enough that people will flock to ask them questions.
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    (Original post by karmacrunch)
    Don't click on them then? :dontknow:

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    The home page is full of them. I want to see interesting threads...not 'ask me why I'm awesome etc'
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    (Original post by Viva Emptiness)
    I find it weird that people think they are important/interesting enough that people will flock to ask them questions.
    Truly bewildering if I'm honest
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    Exactly! Most of the time, the "interesting" thing about them turns out to be pretty common. Wow you're such an individual for eating a cheese sandwich this morning -_-
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    Got no problem with these threads, gives me a good chuckle to be honest
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    TSR has reached a new level of boredom. The number of bored, lonely people is directly proportional to the number of AMA threads.
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    you think you're octagon, but you're really just a square.
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    I made one once. No one asked me so yh I hate them.
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      (Original post by dire wolf)
      you think you're octagon, but you're really just a square.
      :unsure:
     
     
     
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