Mar 8, 2014 at 10:19 PM
RIP jpegs, you'll be dearly missed
Very well put. And number 2 is especially important, considering how many people on this forum have disorders. I've seen the misbehavior justification countless amounts of times. Take note, people.Polaris said:Recommendations:
1 Please don't be passive aggressive.
2 Please don't use a disorder or condition as justification for misbehavior. It makes it slightly more understandable, if indeed it's a thing, but yeah.
3 Lastly, please don't post on impulse. If you're angry, you may not be able to handle yourself, but in general stop before every post and think for a moment as to what the other is saying. Then think about how you're about to respond, and what kind of emotional state you're in. I've told you this before, but I'll repeat it here.
Messing up isn't bad. But you need to improve from your mistakes a little, Callerloppy...please. It will make things easier for you and for others.
E:Okay, it's not just "I'm sorry if you don't have an emotion disorder." anymore. That's a little better, I'm glad I previewed. I know the feeling of thinking something's great and then slowly realizing it's not as awesome as you thought. Only difference is, I didn't receive massive amounts of criticism, and I don't know why. Perhaps that's unfair, but if you take lots of criticism and it hurts...well, you just have to go through that pain and use it to make your thing better. I'm starting to feel uncomfortably like a massive jerk with this post so I'll just stop by saying that people will look on you more kindly if you show honest willingness and ability to improve.
I accept no members of this community. You are all judged. The only solution is to stop being huge shits, regardless of community.Dunc2403 said:Until you become an accepted member of the community, you're gonna be judged on the same scale as everyone else.