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.<br />
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.<br />
Usually, sincere people will understand my reaching out to them, and will reply in kind.<br />
Hope this helps,<br />
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.