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"They might not like her" AND "He's totally right" are two very different ideas. I absolutely think she'd definitely have doubts that they would like her, but that doesn't mean that everyone who talks to her is right and honest because they feed into her suspicions. Which is where it gets really tricky and confusing. Because she monologues it all as "he told me something I don't understand and have 0 evidence for so he must be super right and honest despite the fact that someone is obviously lying. And yes, definitely snarky, because that's how I am. If I'm toxic, you'll just have to deal with it, I never denied, in fact I already said I was and apologized. Does that mean it will change, no, absolutely not. But thank you anyway for your response.

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You sure sound like one of those "brutally honest" people that pull this kind of BS more for the brutality than the honesty. And for someone so critical of others you're making a real effort to look the other way from critique towards you. 

Also, "I apologize for this behavior that I will deliberately continue" is a complete non-apology. You aren't sorry.

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I'm not sorry for who I am, no. Sucks that you don't like it, you went out of your way to read my comment and be offended. I am my worst critic. Absolutely no one is telling me anything I've not said to myself. You can all be nice about your critiques, I'm going to be me, it's probably meaner than it needs to be, maybe it will change, maybe it won't.

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There is a link on their page to a Google Docs form for anonymous feedback. Feel free to use it and seek out others for future games you play. You seem to be getting heated over people replying to you and yet continue to make your opinions open for public response. 


¯\_(ツ)_/¯ The irony of how sensitive you are. I imagine you wouldn't be happy if a developer were to respond to you with your attitude.

Self-criticism means nothing if you don't take steps to change. You're coddling yourself by acting like this behavior's normal.

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I'm quite fine with your criticism, I'm not sure what response you're expecting. I'm not arguing, I'm mean. I've known, I've accepted. This is a moot point. I honestly don't mind if they take it negatively, I would honestly just try to make sure that they knew that I do want to support their work. I don't want them to be discouraged. I've had devs respond with attitude, it's fine. And I don't think anon responses are a good idea considering how mean I can be. I want them to be able to know who I am so they can talk to me if it's an issue. I can be nicer if they can't handle my meanness, it's just not a first response. If they respond kindly, I always have nice things to say in return and I seriously appreciate them taking the time to respond kindly because it shows me how much they are invested in bettering their game and writing. This behavior is normal for me. Maybe not you, maybe not others. Quite honestly, if you don't like it, we don't have to get a long. 

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Lol nobody is asking you to be sorry for who you are, what a cop-out I rolled my eyes so hard.

That's the kind of thing people say when they know full well they can separate their crappy behaviour from themselves but they just don't want to. "I'm gonna be me" my friend we're all being ourselves, you aren't any more raw and real because you give feedback like an ass.