I'm talking about
I find it too easy to spot which posts are fake ones from the horrible quality of the edit, including adding things like "eating" randomly. However, this seems to be the intention since "they are created so that they are either objectively wrong".
On the other side, when there's an edit on a question/answer, this element to be edited shows a
edit (1). This is not the case with the honeypot posts, they don't show an
(1) besides the
edit, so it could be really easy, when in doubt, to check if it's a honeypot.
Furthermore, I think this could easily be automated to vote thousands of times and get the two badges real-fast.
Disclaimer: I don't have any intention to exploit the system in the way exposed above. However, someone might, so I'm just pointing where I think there're some flaws hoping that someone fixes them.
edit anchor for honeypot questions/answers shows whether the review is a honeypot or not.
edit(1) instead of
edit on the original post of the honeypot if the user being tested access it.