While I appreciate you taking the time to talk to the user on my wall... Next time, I kindly ask that you please not intervene. Only admins on here or staff (aside from me) should be the ones replying to those messages left on my wall. I didn't reply to them for good reason. Sometimes talking to them just makes things worse. You actually made the situation worse, when you didn't even know the whole story. So thank you again and have a great day, but please think about what I said.
FloweyWick999 wrote: How do you know I made things worse? You didn't have a Greeting on your wall stating I shouldn't like Sophie does so I thought it was okay to respond.
If it was stated in the policy, then I am an idiot, but it's always better to safe than sorry, (which I didn't tell myself, the bastard).
I saw one side and now if you want me to understand, I would like full report bestowed upon me.
Also, I have Aspergers, I don't always understand something when it should be clear. :(
I know the irony in responding here, but . . .
I think replying on other people's walls is a grey area; some people don't mind, some people do. Generally speaking, if someone is asking a question and you can provide a solid answer -? It shoud be fine. Like, "how do I do -?" or "what does x mean?" . . .
Just skimming, there was a complex issue between these two users, and you admitted you knew nothing of the complexities, as it was on their local wiki, and offered an opinion that wasn't objective or helpful to the situation. It may have been best to stay out of it, for that reason. If you were also on that wiki, knew the situation perfectly, and could have offered a constructive compromise or solution -? It might have been a different situation.
Also, Aspergers isn't - and should never - be an excuse. I have that, too, diagnosed, but you just have to learn what's okay and what's not, and apologise when you make a mistake, without bringing it up when it's not relevant . . . sorry if that seems harsh, but it's simpler to say: "sorry, user, I didn't realise, I won't do it again".
Edit: You were also extremely rude on that post you deleted, and I would be extremely peeved in their situation, too. There is never a need to be personal or insulting, and you could have expressed yourself in a neutral manner.
In short, never butt in without understanding the situation. You could be defending someone who has been violating rules just because they cried unfairly blocked. On this wiki, you see a lot of alligator tears on a daily basis.
Thanks Anon and @KevinVolkov. Your opinions were neutral and constructive and they are appreciated! :)
@FloweyWick999: With all due respect, I don't feel like I need to explain myself if I don't want to. Because of how obvious you defended one user without even bothering to check in or wait to know more info... You immediately went in and like Kevin said, gave an opinion that wasn't neutral in a situation you knew nothing about. If you want to be a good contributor. In the future, I would suggest you take this into account. I'm not trying to be rude to you like you were to me on that thread. But if you want to improve, you can't just immediately believe one user. If it's too complex an issue and ur not part of the community, maybe message the people involved in a separate message to see if there's any way you can help, or to ask what is going on.
I am sorry, I really am, I can't stop thinking about stupid I was. I was wrong and I know it. I hope I didn't sound insincere. I will be leaving, and I don't people to think I am just some stupid troublemaker. I did not help, I was at fault. I didn't know the other side and I acted in an attempt of doing something that seemed, at the time, right.
I had a horrible lapse of judgement, I am very sorry. I won't go on Community Central anymore, I don't want to cause more trouble. I am not sure if I need forgivenes. I am sorry I didn't follow sensual thinking. I am just very guiltful as well as guilty. I wish I had never done it. I am sorry. :(
Have a good day, and a better night. Don't miss me.
I am still very sorry, and you are right. I will try to be less stupid, I hope I will be smarter. I never meant to be on the side of cyber-bully. :(
I hope Andrew sees a therapist, and I'd rather die before being stupid once again. I think I will stay away from Community Central at least. I have too many stupid memories here, and I have never done anything right here. I will be gone and everyone can cheer, because they will be happy I can't be stupid here anymore.
I still mad at myself for my obvious mistake, I am sorry I caused you harm. I think I should see a therapist too. I hope you will not miss me.
Don't listen to what that rude jerk says, you should have a good night.
It's okay to be sorry, and everyone makes mistakes. By swearing to leave and never return, leaving loads and loads of messages (more when no one responds to you), and talking about how you assume everyone hates you ... it seems very emotionally manipulative and attention seeking, like you're not getting the reaction you want, so you're trying again in hopes people go "oh, honey, no"!
I can't speak for OP, but all you ever needed was just *one* message to say "I'm sorry, I made a mistake, it won't happen again". If there's a victim here it's the OP, and if there's a problem it's with the other user, but now it's all about you ... you don't need to vanish forever. Just learn maybe to dial it down a hundred and learn from your mistakes.