Obviously the block button is there to block people. I for one would not want to keep getting notifications over and over again from someone who keeps replying going in circles.
If the user is getting hostile or arguing for the sake of arguing why would I entertain that online?
Most Helpful Guy
I usually consider it a bitch move, but I understand the desire to not engage with someone you don't like, for whatever reason.0
Most Helpful Girl
Pride & ego. For some reason, people here seem to have this entitlement that they have a right to be heard and have your utmost attention, effort, and focus even if they are spreading negative, toxic vibes on your post and being one huge, dramatic mess. I’m not sure why they expect so much from random strangers who literately owe them nothing and have zero duty or obligation to put up with their exhausting, often whiny nonsense.1