What is this question asking for?

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    Please answer if you are interested. 
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    --> @oromagi @RationalMadman @SupaDudz @WaterPhoenix @zedvictor4
    bump
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    You are going through an existential crisis and unknown to what you want. You are complicated and have no clue. So you are wondering question that people may have, and you will try to answer them, saying no to all. Your existential crisis is building. You feel no one will have the answer to a question with no answer. When we say the answer, you question it, and then you start questioning yourself. You start to question the world and the way of thinking. You start to complicate things, you believe there is no answers in the world. Therefore, you decide to leave the house in search for an answer to a question with no question. This quest takes you far. You explore the Himalayan mountains, in search for knowledge. You meet a munk there who gives you guidance on your journey. He tells that true power is gained by searching the lands you never thought to explore. He says there is a scroll that shows you the answer to such a daunting questions. You set 20 years aside for a journey across the ocean to search for this place. You hop on every island and every piece of land, searching for the true power that is the answer with no question. You fight strong pirates and locals. You search the entire lands of earth and find nothing that suggests an answer to your question. In great pain, you decide to go back home from your journey. It's now been 5 days since the journey and you are stuck eating Ben n Jerry's and watching Big Mouth all alone, weeping tears because of your failed mission. Your friends invited you to go an abandoned Blockbuster, which you hesitantly go, as you are crippled by negative emotions and self doubt about your existence. In this blockbuster, you see something shining through the darkness of this abandoned building. You start to walk closer to this magnifying object as it beam is magnifying the rather dark room. That is when you the scroll the munk on the Himalayans talked out. You start to tear inside, knowing your life is now complete and you will now find the answer to the question, "What is the question asking for." You open the scroll and you see this sentence. This sentence brings you tears of joy. Your friend come to your aid asking what's wrong. To this you show them the note. The note brings them to tears. You and your friends go into a group, and vow to never leave your side no matter what. With this, you exit the Blockbuster, and go get some ice cream. The note falls to the ground, and the words light the room

    Amy Schumer isn't funny and steals jokes


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    Which question
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    What is this question asking for?
    dat iz it

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    What question?
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    The question is on the topic page. Please don't make me go any longer.
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    What is this question asking for?

    That is the question. Now stop asking which question it is, ppl
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    Where is the topic page?
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    Is that the question?
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    What is that image answering?
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    It was answering this question:
    Is that the question?
    Which implies of this question, as the image shows affirmation:

    What is this question asking for?

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    Do I seem clever to you with how I Rick Roll and post paradoxical questions all day?

    Just don't @ me with this pointless nonsense. If you do it again I will block you.
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    Now, if you look at it extremely carefully you can see that it's actually using the pixels on the screen as morse code to spell out a plea for help.
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    That’s it. I am telling the answer.

    This question is asking for an answer, and yes, that is the answer this question is asking for, precisely.
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    I wrote a whole lore and nobody even noticed it
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    It achieved something.
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    Welcome to the real world LOL
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    I noticed it. I read it. I just didn't write a response lol.
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    Aside from the purpose that questions normally have ... it seems like it's just an enjoyable feature. Maybe not everybody enjoys it but I sure do. I like to feel interviewed as if I'm somebody with a distinct ego. Because that amuses me.
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    This question is asking for the question so the answer to the question is :What is this question asking for?
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    Yes. the question is asking for what is this question asking for, so the answer is whatever this question is asking for.

    Rhetorical fun is fun. If a so-called "realist" like RM here interrupts me again here, I will just tell him to leave this thread. There is nothing inherently immoral about this.