I'm wondering if you actually know what 'ingenuous' means? All ingenuous posts deserve a thoughtful, honest, response.-obsolete: Noble, Honorable
-showing childlike simplicity
-lacking craft or subtlety
I really recommend you review the meaning of the word, there are many online sources by which to do this. Merriam-Webster, for instance, has an online dictionary, and there is also dictionary.comSee above
P.S., I find it hilarious that you would use a word that once meant, essentially, noble, to suggest that my post is unworthy of thoughtful response.You may want to take your own advice and research the definition yourself, from the source you supplied.
EDIT: And no, I do not expect a thoughtful response from you.Good. When I provide them, you usually revert to some sort of childish (thus the word I used previously) response from a narrow viewpoint fueled by ideology, it’s wasted.
It is impossible for you to have seen a response of mine to a thoughtful response of yours, as I've never seen a thoughtful response from you.
Anyways, I'd really like to see the dictionary that defines 'ingenuous' as "showing childlike simplicity." Merriam-Webster, for instance, tacks onto that phrase "and candidness." Dictionary.com defines 'ingenuous' as "free from reserve, restraint, or dissimulation; candid; sincere." Synonyms it lists are "frank, straightforward, open." Merriam-Webster lists such synonyms as "genuine, honest, innocent, real, sincere, simple, unpretentious." It lists such antonyms as "artificial, dishonest, insincere, guileful, dissimulating."
So once more, I assert you do not know the definition of 'ingenuous.'