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User avatar #7 - northleech (08/18/2013) [-]
This is so retarded. Just because I think you are good at something doesn't mean I have to appreciate your work. It just means I looked at what you did and was impressed. As if people see me play Street Fighter and go "I appreciate the work you put down practicing on this game" who does that? You usually get a "you're good!" and that's it, be thankful you get that.
#16 to #7 - weewing (08/18/2013) [-]
Artist who whole-heartedly agrees.

bit of a pretentious comic loik.
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User avatar #9 to #8 - northleech (08/18/2013) [-]
"actual real life talent" get the **** out of here, as if something doesn't count as a talent because you don't think so. Pro gamers can make a living out of their talent, but that doesn't count as one, because you said so? People try to get themselves involved by commenting something they see you do in public? Maybe they want to get to know you and want to start a conversation? It can't be as simple as that, can it? And in what social setting? That is entirely dependant on the situation! If you go to Dreamhack with your drawing skills, see where that gets you in that social setting.
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#11 to #10 - anon (08/18/2013) [-]
I think you're missing this guy's point; nobody cares about anybody else enough to see them doing something and say "I appreciate you." The point is that nobody actually gets themselves involved in any way. I don't care if your hobby is saving burning orphans or curing cancer. I won't approach anyone and tell them that I appreciate what they do.
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