Goodbye, Yahoo Answers: Here Are The Site’s Most Hilarious And Ridiculous Questions

Goodbye, Yahoo Answers: Here Are The Site’s Most Hilarious And Ridiculous Questions

Yahoo recently announced plans to shut down Yahoo Answers in less than a month. By April 20, users will not be able to post new questions or answer other users’ questions, and the website will be fully accessible within 4 months. Yahoo Answers is just a Q&A site where users can ask any question and other users can answer.

In the earlier days of social media, this humble site was a very necessary place for exchanging and exchanging information, vaguely useful to useless. However, Yahoo has realized that times are changing. “We launched Yahoo Answers 16 years ago to help people around the world connect and share information. Together with you and millions of other users, we have created a global knowledge-sharing community with the best place on the web to ask and answer questions on a variety of topics, “said Yahoo!

In the earlier days of social media, this humble site was a very necessary place for exchanging and exchanging information, vaguely useful to useless. However, Yahoo has realized that times are changing. “We launched Yahoo Answers 16 years ago to help people around the world connect and share information. Together with you and millions of other users, we have created a global knowledge-sharing community with the best place on the web to ask and answer questions on a variety of topics, “said Yahoo!

“While Yahoo Answering was once a core part of Yahoo’s products and services, it has become less popular over the years as the needs of our members have changed.” Like many aspects of internet culture, Yahoo Answers had a great style of bizarre and ridiculous topics; it generated many memes. It was more than just a fair share of problems with conspiracy theories, low quality posts, racist content.Perhaps some of the ridiculous content is “Am I gregnant?” In addition, “My friends made a Luigi board … and it mentioned me! Please help!” Shown in the bright video above, as a final farewell to this problematic icon, fans are sharing their favorite questions on the site. Godspeed, Yahoo Answers, you have served us well (well, you have tried your best) tried.

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