Yes, but my way.
if it seems like a serious question, then i answer it as best as i can. if i don't have anything more valuable to offer than what someone else has already answered then i skip it.
Before even deciding to answer, I will read a person's question and decide whether their question appears to be sincere. If it's a question that deserves a sincere answer, I usually do my best to answer it with sincerity.
On occasion, I have answered people's questions rather inappropriately (although they did not specify how serious they were at the outset). In those cases, I have replied back to the original writers and expressed my sorrow, or apologies for my not having understood the serious nature of their questions.
Usually, sincere people will understand my reaching out to them, and will reply in kind.
Hope this helps,
P.S. If I happen to feel a question is the opposite of serious, I will either not answer it, or will find some "clever" answer to their less-than-serious question.
I usually skip those
Fock no! What is this?
Depends upon the question.
Sometimes I can not help myself.....I must reply with sass.
if they say that spesificly then yes.