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Things that upset you (in general)

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Discussion' started by M.E.R.255, Mar 11, 2018.

  1. Captain Jigglypuff

    Captain Jigglypuff Leader of Jigglypuff Army Staff Member Moderator

    I found a psych evaluation my school district did when I was in high school and a lot of things that they wrote down was either inaccurate and out of context because they never asked me to explain some of the stuff told to them by a woman that made stuff up about me often or made to seem like I was the reason for it. They even blamed me for needing to be put into the adaptive gym class after I kept being assaulted for months in the locker room and I was terrified of going to to class. I get assaulted and yet it’s my fault for naturally being terrified of gym class and not wanting to participate out of fear anything I said or did might add fuel to the fire and cause the assault to happen even more? I’m definitely showing this to my therapist the next time we meet so she can fully understand the depth of trauma I experienced in high school.

    It also angers me whenever people start blaming victims of any type of abuse or assault on them and not the perpetrator. I never asked to be assaulted by just walking down the hall to get to class or for having to turn around to get into my locker to get my belongings. Do you think I really wanted to be assaulted by doing those things? Blaming the victim causes many negative behaviors as a result of feeling so ashamed of being blamed for something that the victim didn’t even want to happen.
    Last edited: Jul 25, 2019
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  2. Evil people, especially those who try to communicate the message that they or others stand above me. Because the reality is that no one stands above me.
  3. Mr.Munchlax

    Mr.Munchlax Thunder Trainer

    Internet trolls are one thing that ticks me off (or people who think they’re doing the right thing but just come off as trolls). I’m all for constructive criticism, but there are some instances that REALLY rub me the wrong way.

    For example, I recently made my own Galarian forms for Deebble & Crustle on Deviantart, but someone posted three comments on how it’ll never happen because of they’re classifications.

    “That wont work, because of its species name for pete sake, when its called the ROCK INN Pokemon, So it doesnt gain a Steel typing, and that same goes for Crustle too.”

    Even if he is right, he didn’t have to be so blunt about it or go out of his way just to prove how wrong I am. -_-
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  4. AgentKallus

    AgentKallus A human person.

    Did they forget about the Alolan Sandshrew line that has nothing to do with sand?
  5. Mr.Munchlax

    Mr.Munchlax Thunder Trainer

    Oh no, they didn’t forget. I brought that part up & they “clarified” why that would work in their third comment:

    “And as for the Sandshrew line,Yes, they can change their typing since their called the Mouse Pokemon”
    Last edited: Aug 28, 2019
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  6. wolf jani

    wolf jani #ScorbunnySquad

    Wtf. So according to them name is less important than classification? Wtf.
  7. Lemonski

    Lemonski Active Member

    I do wonder why some people are so allergic to others drawing the fun ideas they've had. :confused: DeviantART is generally pretty full of odd commenters too, reminds me of one person who claimed that a piece of fanart I had drawn was actually drawn by them instead.
  8. Deadeye

    Deadeye H(a)unting...

    "It'll never happen because name and type hurrdurr..." is not even constructive criticism towards your artwork, but your idea and all art starts from ideas. Kind of ruins fun of sharing your ideas when reception is like that... but guess either it's how you said, the other person is a troll or then they just needed to vent their cynicism somewhere. It's inappropriate but ultimately has nothing to do with you nor your work.
  9. Laks

    Laks New Member

    Crimes against children
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  10. Deadeye

    Deadeye H(a)unting...

    Can't recall if I've mentioned this already somewhere but.. people who use "right for free speech" as an excuse to bully or systematically throw insults/degrading remarks at someone. Although this provides the receiving end an opportunity to see "okay I should detach from this person immediately" it's still not right towards the person. Usually it requires one or two comments to let someone know they aren't liked by another person, systematic and targeted degrading with free speech excuse is just attempt to dominate the whole setting, especially in a group where the targeted person would otherwise be heard as an equal and enjoy themselves.

    Free speech should imho be used to grant everyone freedom to express their opinions in constructive and purposeful manner without fear of being judged and lynched... in other word oppressed and bullied. But if people use free speech as an excuse to bully, nothing really changes from those times where we did not have rights for free speech, or if we granted ourselves freedom to express "wrong views" we'd be punished.
  11. Captain Jigglypuff

    Captain Jigglypuff Leader of Jigglypuff Army Staff Member Moderator

    I don’t like it when people automatically label me as a specific thing or in a certain group just because of my beliefs and thoughts. For instance, I don’t support Trump and I don’t like him but that doesn’t mean I’m a socialist or a democratic. I’m neither. And just because I don’t support the Democratic Party doesn’t mean I’m Republican either. I am unaffiliated with political parties because I hate being labeled and made to feel that if I don’t agree on something the Party dies then I’m not “a true member”. I want to vote for whomever I think is better suited for the job. Just because I refuse to support PETA or become vegan doesn’t mean that I’m this horrible person that supports animal cruelty. And I most certainly don’t support genocide just because I support the troops. You can support the troops without necessarily supporting the concept of war. And I know people who have served in the military and they are good people that aren’t going around promoting violence and xenophobic ideas.
  12. Sham

    Sham show the unknown

    -People who don't say excuse me
    -Not covering their mouths when sneezing and or coughing
    -When people act like their opinions are facts
    -When you're wronged but the person acted like they were doing you a favor/you had no reason to be upset... basically gaslighting
    -Not making it on time for big events (I have this habit myself)
    -People that are mean just for the sake of being mean
    -When people feel the need to assert dominance over others just to feel good

    There's more that's all I could really think about
    Last edited: Oct 3, 2019
  13. Captain Jigglypuff

    Captain Jigglypuff Leader of Jigglypuff Army Staff Member Moderator

    People on FB are suddenly thinking I support the idiot known as Donald Trump just because I made a sarcastic comment on a link that said how much of taxpayers’ money he was wasting to go golfing regularly and how it apparently was okay for him to do it but not Obama. How does that devolve the conversation about that stupid Mexican border wall and China tariffs and abortions that his mistresses have had?
  14. Sham

    Sham show the unknown

    I forgot about this in my original post but what annoys so much is people who use depression as a visual to make themselves seem cool or interesting. This goes for any other mental illness but it's mostly depression people are using. It really doesn't sit right with me especially when half of the people using it don't really know what it is or true symptoms of it

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