For anything...or...when might it be acceptable to say "I Don't Know..."

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Not really! Maybe for young kids but not adults!

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Rooster 10 months ago


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DWF 10 months ago

I don't know. Is it?

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ZonkeyBalls 10 months ago

When you were 10? Absolutely.

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Freeranger 10 months ago

Yep. There are questions whose answer we will probably never know. Besides, depending on factors such as relevance and time/resource constraints, sometimes a question may simply not be worth, or even practically possible, to explore.

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primeiro 10 months ago

There are many questions ive been asked that i didnt know the answer to.

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Carla 10 months ago

Yes, it means "I don't know."

It is honest.

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Tiffanee 10 months ago

Always. More people should do it instead of making up a shit answer.

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VicZinc 10 months ago

The kids can get away with it.

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SynysterGates 10 months ago

Yes. Unless one knows (or can figure out) absolutely everything, there are bound to be times when that's the only honest answer.

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JanHaskell 10 months ago

Yes, a true statement is much better than a false answer.

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ozzyboy 10 months ago

Yes when you don't know you dont know honesty is still the best policy in my book

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Metal_god14 10 months ago

It is when being interrogated by law enforcement officers.

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azlotto 10 months ago

Ever? Of course!

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PartyOfOne 10 months ago

Better then lying

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Anonymousmouse 10 months ago

If said honestly, yes.

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Masha 10 months ago