For example, this question:
1. There is almost all answers are in this question also: Feminine equivalent for Casanova
Questions are different but come to the same thing and answers. Is it ok or an exception to keep the newer question then? What value does it add?
2. In my opinion, most upvoted answer is not an answer to the question but it is still kept. I recommended him to give details but he refused to do that. Why would this answer be kept?
OP already mentioned that the phrase has become part of English and he is looking for alternatives. Maybe, the title of the question is misleading and I recommended OP to modify it also.
Note: I deleted my comments there. Also, I didn't vote as a duplicate because I wanted to ask your opinions.
Other than that, there is this question: Is there a word for some kind of incorrect empathy?
It did not become a popular question but in my opinion it is a good question. Yes, OP could be more clear but it touches upon different and related topics. The main question is a general concept but the example he gave goes into details. In the end, they were all related to empathy in some way.
It was put on hold because it is unclear after he clarified the question also. Yes it was unclear a bit first but he made an effort to clarify it. Also, I spent time to give valuable information (it could be someone else also) and I was going to modify the answer to make it more clear when I get confirmation from him based on comments.
I just wanted to make my point and talk about my observations. I wanted to get your insight also regarding to these situations. Maybe there are exceptions sometimes, maybe people see things differently. Maybe a certain amount of unfairness is inevitable.
Though I try to be helpful beside all.