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  • 5irKarl
    +3

    Why do you assume its idiot trolls, its most likely what massani said. Either that or they just disagree, no need to just insult the community like that.

  • utesred
    +3
    @5irKarl -

    While 'idiot trolls' may a bit harsh, Cobbydaler is right. In a perfect world without 'idiot trolls' and where everyone knew what a downvote signified; this post wouldn't have any downvotes. The fact that they are downvoting because they disagree means that they either are oblivious as to what a downvote signifies on snapzu, or they're just an 'idiot troll' who doesn't care.

    I don't think Cobbydaler is insulting the community. It can be difficult transitioning from Reddit to Snapzu. I've noticed that downvotes tend to carry much more weight around here, because they are far less common. They're really only used to signify spam, effortless posts, incorrect tribe, or NSFW content that's not labeled as such. When people use them when they don't fit, it's a lot more insulting to see than it is on Reddit. I think that's Cobbydaler is a bit more offended over a couple downvotes than the typical redditor might be.

    • frohawk
      +1
      @5irKarl -

      Cobby isn't though. The word troll puts assumption on the individual's character, not the whole of the community. Not saying anyone's wrong or right, but y'know. Syntax and things.