In the recent question "How do you tell a Facebook friend that they might be on the autism spectrum?" the currently most upvoted answer is giving the same instant response I'd have given before reading more than the headline.
The answer says that OP should not tell their friend that they are autistic, but talk to their friend about their symptoms. The latter is something that would provide an actual answer, but the premise of the answer seems to come from a misunderstanding of the original post, I believe.
Given the context in the question and the fact that the goal is not providing the friend with a diagnosis, but merely suggesting the idea they might suffer from the same condition OP does, I feel the answer is not really on-point.
OP did at no point state they want to directly tell their friend that they are autistic, but merely suggest the idea to them. OP also thinks it is likely that the other person is already considering that of themselves.
I am unsure about the answer given as they do provide an answer that I would agree with, but it seems to be coming from a misunderstanding of the original post. I might be wrong though.
It is definitely not blatantly off-question, but misguided, I feel.
I posted this discussion on here so either the answerer or I can learn something, but I believe they made a similar mistake as I did recently in my most upvoted answer.