polite or impolite?

@yueliu (1621)
China
February 3, 2007 9:04pm CST
which quesion seems impolite when asking to u? please tell me..
5 responses
@LittleMel (14033)
• Canada
4 Feb 07
I haven't found any impolite questions here yet. I only got one stupid answer for my question once, which I rated negative. I only go to questions in my interests, not all discussions.
@yueliu (1621)
• China
4 Feb 07
thanks~~~
@phon4u (2217)
• Laos
22 Feb 07
The impolite ones are like" Capital LETTER Question". The polite one should be big and small letter. They can use the word such as: could/would/may to ask. Any questions are welcomed. If people are stupid, they will have no question.
@whacks (774)
• Philippines
22 Feb 07
I think it's not the question which is polite or impolite. It is the person asking the question. Whatever the question is, it may be considered as good. But if the manner on how it is being asked is bad, that is considered bad but it's actually the person who is asking in a bad manner who is bad or impolite.
@sharone74 (4838)
• United States
16 Feb 07
I don't think that there are such things as impolite questions. Questions are usually simple and straightforward. It is all of the other freight that you add either before or after the question in trying to lead the answerer that can be viewed as impolite. Implolitic yes impolite none.
• United States
16 Feb 07
I think it's impolite when people ask you questions about how much money you make. I don't mind telling people how much money I make if about making money online, but I don't like friends, family and acquaintances asking me about how much money I make or how much money I have.