It is apparent that folks pose some odd questions. Respondents tend to interpret the questions very literally and provide answers which demonstrate the flexibility of KiCad.
I suggest that the initial response be a query to determine a few facts, like:
The posters KiCad experience level,
His/her overall experience level,
How the question fits his development plan, etc.
Secondly, responses should encourage following the standard KiCad development model rather than suggesting steps a new user will not likely navigate successfully (irrespective of whether the advice is accurate or not).
Granted people have different needs but is providing workarounds and tricks the “best” advice?
I suggest encouraging users, particularly new users, to learn to do things correctly is the better answer.