What I don't understand is how on the internet, people decide to take the time and effort to type a whole paragraph on why they don't like a particular person.
Would you walk up to someone who you barely know and tell them everything you don't like about them?
Also, why do some people feel the need to point out every little flaw someone has as if they should be allowed to judge others' imperfections?
And saying "Tbh.." or "Not hating, but.." and then proceeding to tell anyone how you don't like them, doesn't just make it fine. "No offence, but you're ugly." IS offensive.
And when you're rude to someone on the internet, it's NOT OKAY. Because anyone can hide behind a screen, many people decide to say things they wouldn't say face-to-face. If you want to help make the world a better place just DON'T COMMENT ANYTHING that you wouldn't say face-to-face with someone you're friends with.
If your friend wrote you a story, would you tell them: "Actually it's YOUR, and TOO. Also, it's "know", not "now". "
And don't scroll through comments before watching a YouTube video, because something you may think is offensive could actually be a joke. And if you do scroll down the comments first, then just don't reply to anything you think is offensive without finding out what is talking about.
I am aware this is written in a salty way, but that's because I'm genuinely upset with how some people act. (Also, by "you" I was addressing those being mean or rude to others)