Why is it that many answers are reported by people in the UK for not being good answers in guidelines?

Why is it that many answers are reported by people in the UK for not being in guidelines because they just do not take the time to actually look up a definition of something before reporting it as a violation just because it is English and in the dictionary just maybe not in their UK version? For example someone... show more Why is it that many answers are reported by people in the UK for not being in guidelines because they just do not take the time to actually look up a definition of something before reporting it as a violation just because it is English and in the dictionary just maybe not in their UK version?
For example someone asked about languages I answered PIG Latin which is in the dictionary as
pig Lat·in
ˈpiɡ ˌlatn/
noun
a made-up language formed from English by transferring the initial consonant or consonant cluster of each word to the end of the word and adding a vocalic syllable (usually ˈpiɡ ˌlatn: so chicken soup would be translated to ickenchay oupsay . Pig Latin is typically spoken playfully, as if to convey secrecy.
This is just 1 (ONE) example of many answers they seem to report in the UK.
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