4 Lessons You Can Learn From Online Reviews
By Kara FinnertyDec 8 2020
Social Listening Platforms, Q4 2020
There is no shortage of Q & A forums on the web today. With a plethora of sites available to navigate you on your journey of plaguing enlightenment, sites like Yahoo Answers and Quora have open categories for users to ask to their hearts’ desire, while TED Conversations and Stack Exchange generate more focused questions around tech, science, and industry.
No matter how focused the site or the question there will always be those special individuals who provide us with golden nuggets of entertainment and, of course, laughs.
In lieu of all the belly-aching enquiries we read on these sites, we decided to search for the silliest questions we could find on the site Quora. We organized the search into five categories: health, love, mind, beauty and education.
Note: with all of the information out there, this is just skimming the surface of silly questions. We do realize, however, to the people seeking answers, they most likely do not think these questions are silly.
For obvious reasons we’re pretty sure the reason why it’s harder to exercise in extreme heat is because it’s hot. Also, because it’s not a wise choice to be outside during severe heat, as you could be susceptible to a heat stroke.
We would say you should be a bit more concerned how your liver is going to handle the drinks you’ll be swigging all night than the ink on your hand.
Ummm… not unless one of the animals eats the other post-breakup… now, that’s intense.
Not sure if Nathan has girlfriend, try IMDB?
If you’re getting married let’s hope for all parties involved that all the eye-opening things have been discovered. Otherwise we are all screwed.
Getting into fisticuffs certainly wont get you that A you thought you “rightfully deserved.”
The harder question might be: “why is it hard to fire a good teacher?”.
No. No we have not, maybe Nathan Fillion has it?
We have a feeling the person who wrote this is “ugly”.
We would love to hear about some of the silly questions you’ve encountered on the web; tweet them to us @Brandwatch.