Is "I Don't Know" ever a good answer?
says Sukiesnow on Oct 7th 17 (#815352)
Not really! Maybe for young kids but not adults!
says Rooster on Oct 7th 17 (#2669149)
says DWF on Oct 7th 17 (#2669153)
I don't know. Is it?
says ZonkeyBalls on Oct 7th 17 (#2669162)
When you were 10? Absolutely.
says Freeranger on Oct 7th 17 (#2669178)
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.
says primeiro on Oct 7th 17 (#2669182)
There are many questions ive been asked that i didnt know the answer to.
says Carla on Oct 7th 17 (#2669190)
Yes, it means "I don't know."
It is honest.
says Tiffanee on Oct 8th 17 (#2669253)
Always. More people should do it instead of making up a shit answer.
says VicZinc on Oct 8th 17 (#2669312)
says JanHaskell on Oct 8th 17 (#2669427)
The kids can get away with it.
says SynysterGates on Oct 8th 17 (#2669410)
Yes. Unless one knows (or can figure out) absolutely everything, there are bound to be times when that's the only honest answer.
says JanHaskell on Oct 8th 17 (#2669426)
Yes, a true statement is much better than a false answer.
says ozzyboy on Oct 9th 17 (#2669867)
Yes when you don't know you dont know honesty is still the best policy in my book
says Metal_god14 on Oct 12th 17 (#2672787)
It is when being interrogated by law enforcement officers.
says azlotto on Oct 12th 17 (#2672809)
Ever? Of course!
says PartyOfOne on Oct 12th 17 (#2672912)
Better then lying
says Anonymousmouse on Oct 12th 17 (#2672920)
If said honestly, yes.
says Masha on Oct 12th 17 (#2672969)