Ok folks... if someone is posting something they've made, a selfie or something else they might be proud of, they don't need your negative, weird comments. If you've got nothing to say but something unpleasant, then fuck off
@PublicChaffinch i will never understand this impulse, unless someone is asking specifically for criticism there is no need to give any.
@laser exactly. It's just so rude and like obviously about trying to cut someone down
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I'm new to making "memes" so any _constructive_ criticism is very welcome. But for younger people who have grown up with social media I expect they'd prefer uncritical praise and boosts.
@floppyplopper I don't think it's about younger people specifically. I think it's partly about judging whether it's right to make a joke. If someone doesn't know you, it can come across pretty unpleasantly. Also, when it comes to criticism I think it's best to wait if people have asked?
This is very good advice. I'm going to ask for constructive criticism more often when I toot on here. I'm new to this but really enjoy this creative outlet. And I know there are a lot of very talented people on here.
@PublicChaffinch - exactly! To quote Thumper, in the animated Disney film, Bambi, 'If you can't say somethin' nice, don't say nothin' at all.'
@PublicChaffinch if you can't handle criticism don't post something publicly
@animeirl if you can't handle my toots, get fucked
@PublicChaffinch no need to get mad
@animeirl no need to reply, cunt
@PublicChaffinch please calm down
@animeirl please fuck off
@animeirl why not?
@PublicChaffinch it's rude
@PublicChaffinch Well that's how Twitter works, for some people it can be hard to give up that idiotic impulse.
@PublicChaffinch Hear, hear. That's just rude.
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