One of our close reasons currently reads as follows (based on this meta post):
Real questions have answers. Rather than explaining why your situation is terrible, or why your boss/coworker makes you unhappy, explain what you want to do to make it better. For more information, click here.
I admit I was one of the people who upvoted it more than two years ago when it was proposed, and the moderator team implemented it. But every time I see it on a question, a part of me thinks "gosh, that's not very nice". In the very first sentence we malign the question, calling it not real. Yes the linked blog post says that, but the blog post puts it in context. Here it's just sitting there.
Can we improve the wording of this close reason? Especially the initial sentence, "Real questions have answers."
This is not a duplicate of Comment re the "real questions have answers" close reason. That question asks about the scope of the reason, asking whether a particular question should be closed this way. My question is about how we present this close reason. I'm not asking for changes to what we would close under it.