Hello Ms. Hero,<br />
I completely agree with you. I might also add that people (of all ages) owe it to themselves to be responsible for their actions, and be willing to make good on promises made.<br />
Sorry to say, many rude people happen to be rude, because their parents never bothered to raise them any differently.<br />
In real life, a lot of people of all ages ask me, "Why are you so polite to other people?" My answer is this: I am polite to other people for the same reason you'r not(!) .... I was raised to be polite and respectful of others."<br />
Hmmmm... I am selective with my answers.<br />
I don't wanna mess up anyone's "experience".
we don't know the exact mentality of the people, some people asks very polite and need of it; some of us asking - just for fun with serious Q; this is the problem. So we can't figure out. Just We come here, if we like to answer, we do it, otherwise we may go to next Q.
*virtual high-five. My gang sign is Krispy Kreme, in case anyone wants to join.
You want someone to answer that, or you just having a good rant?
I've dealt with those. Ask a question they know the answer to, they just want people to agree. Blah
...don't answer their questions, maybe?<br />
I agree they can be annoying, but what should I expect from them? They're acting their age. And usually their titles give them away so there's really no excuse in even clicking on the links to their questions if they irk you so much.
If they omit their age, then for all you know, they might just be stupid adults. I know people my age (24) and older who act like they're still 13.
Regardless of whether or not they pose as adults, I still wouldn't ask why these kids react the way they do because like I said...they're teenagers or younger. I don't expect much different from them.