In this question, in the accepted answer, I posted a comment which was a story about a time when I was in a bathroom stall and the guy next to me farted really loudly. The story goes on to explain that immediately after the fart, the automatic flush went off and I assumed it was some messy poops my neighbor was doing and started laughing.
It got deleted. It had 6 upvotes the last time I saw it, so I am assuming people found it amusing. But obviously, someone found it not appropriate and flagged it/deleted it.
I am not trying to "fight" the admin's decision, I am just curious as to what the guidelines are on posting comments on answers. Here is where my confusion is coming from:
- It was a simple commentary-like discussion on the exact topic the answer covered.
- It was not profane in any manner (unless of course poop, pee, and fart is considered profanity on here).
- It was not unnecessary. I thought it was a good example to describe how an outward acknowledgment of the loud fart could ease things for the guy next stall.
- People found it amusing. No one fought me over it or commented on my comment or mentioned how that comment offended them.
So, what could have caused the comment on this answer to be deleted?