A sensitive issue erupted recently and part of the problem was a user didn't realize the "delete" button was binding, because they're presented with this dialog when they click "delete":
It seems they interpreted this as "it's just a vote, it won't happen immediately" and defaced their question's text rather than clicking Okay. But it's not really a "vote" in practical terms, it would have been deleted, saving everyone some grief.
Sure, to the database/system it's a binding "vote" but the user doesn't care. You're not voting, you're deleting, and it's needlessly confusing. Just change the text to "Delete this post?" when it's the original poster casting a binding delete vote on their own content. It's also kinda dumb that I get this as a mod, when I don't "vote" either, I just delete, but I'm more concerned about newer/less experienced users being confused.