If you are 16+ years old I expect you to know how to write using paragraphs, commas, full stops etc.

The posts I see on here every day are fucking horrible. Grown ass people writing everything in one long, unreadable sentence. Don't ever use a comma or make paragraphs. You can make mistakes. Especially if it's not your native language, but for the sake of the reader at least try to make it readable. Not to mention that it makes you look like you've never opened a book in your entire life, else you'd know that walls of text are not only uncommon, but actively disuade people from reading what you wrote. Edit. : There are already over a hundred posts saying that nobody cares... I guess that's why we're here, at r/unpopularopinion. Edit 2. : "You can make mistakes. Especially if it's not your native language, but for the sake of the reader at least try to make it readable." If you think making something "readable" is an extreme ask, then I'm sorry for you. I also never claimed that nobody can make mistakes. Heck I even wrote that everyone makes them. Thanks to some nice redditors here I had my own mistakes pointed out, which I'm happy for. It appears many of you take it really personal and get aggressive or defensive. If you're that fragile, the internet and especially reddit is not for you. Edit 3.: You know you've got yourself an unpopular opinion when more than half the commenters are here to insult you... I love it. Do your thing reddit! Sticks and stones my friends. Sticks and stones. Edit 4. : Some of you here seem to imply that I hate people for not writing the way I deem fit. I don't hate strangers for not writing coherently. It's a fragment of sadness, that they don't deem their own thoughts and opinions important enough, to put them into words properly, so they can be understood to the best of our abilities. People don't have time, they take time to do things. If your thoughts are not worth your own time to write them down properly, why would they be worth anyone else's time to read? submitted by /u/Gilgameshbrah to r/unpopularopinion [link] [comments]

The posts I see on here every day are fucking horrible.

Grown ass people writing everything in one long, unreadable sentence. Don't ever use a comma or make paragraphs.

You can make mistakes. Especially if it's not your native language, but for the sake of the reader at least try to make it readable.

Not to mention that it makes you look like you've never opened a book in your entire life, else you'd know that walls of text are not only uncommon, but actively disuade people from reading what you wrote.

Edit. : There are already over a hundred posts saying that nobody cares... I guess that's why we're here, at r/unpopularopinion.

Edit 2. : "You can make mistakes. Especially if it's not your native language, but for the sake of the reader at least try to make it readable."

If you think making something "readable" is an extreme ask, then I'm sorry for you.

I also never claimed that nobody can make mistakes. Heck I even wrote that everyone makes them. Thanks to some nice redditors here I had my own mistakes pointed out, which I'm happy for.

It appears many of you take it really personal and get aggressive or defensive. If you're that fragile, the internet and especially reddit is not for you.

Edit 3.: You know you've got yourself an unpopular opinion when more than half the commenters are here to insult you... I love it. Do your thing reddit! Sticks and stones my friends. Sticks and stones.

Edit 4. : Some of you here seem to imply that I hate people for not writing the way I deem fit. I don't hate strangers for not writing coherently. It's a fragment of sadness, that they don't deem their own thoughts and opinions important enough, to put them into words properly, so they can be understood to the best of our abilities. People don't have time, they take time to do things.

If your thoughts are not worth your own time to write them down properly, why would they be worth anyone else's time to read?

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