Nooooo... that's pretty normal... be it anonymous or not, or online or irl... It's pathetic, but it's the reality we live in, in my experience... I guess it could be worse though, they could give you the pseudo intellectual equivalent of "Nuh-uh!" over and over... *Those* are the ones that irritate me... those are the ones that are contagious and bring others to their banner of pig-headed douchebaggery...
It's annoying but it's only happened once with me. I called a person out for being a catfish on a HDIL question and they naturally denied it (against pretty overwhelming evidence if I recall). They then called me a catfish as a "comeback," if you will, and blocked me so I couldn't form a rebuttal/defend myself.
It's a bit aggravating but whatever. As the phrase goes, "it is what it is."
Yes, it is annyoing. Simply because people should have the open mind to listen to what others say instead of having their opinions set and just silencing everyone who is outside of their opinionated bubble.
No but met someone started a conversation with someone I was a bit nervous talking I admit but in mid conversation she deleted her acct... lo! Her loss really... I am a good guy lol anyway maybe at least you can get a laugh kinda bummed me for a sec. Then I chuckled... hugz n smiles...🍀🐶🍀
Haha I just had that happen. Some girl asked a question about kicking a "hoe" in the crotch and described the situation very poorly, leading myself and others to assume her boyfriend had cheated and she responded with an extremely aggressive and angry reply telling me off for making things up and making stupid assumptions and then when I went to send my cool headed reply, I found I was blocked!
I have Had to Block when someone rudely comes into my box and comments and then will just go on and on.. Never ends. Everyone here has Reasons of His and Her own Seasons for Blocking and Doing what tis Best from the Rest. No Big deal on here, dear. Good luck and Great question, @LaVilaine xx
Sometimes it's not about not getting the answer they want sometimes the answer is disrespectful so in this case yes block is justified.
Nah. I try not to make assumptions about why someone has chosen to block replies. It’s easy to claim it’s “because they’re not hearing what they want” but I know I’ve blocked replies for the simple fact that the person who was talking to me was a nuisance and they were wasting my time with this entitlement that they have a right to be heard by me, no matter how rude and unproductive they are. You can’t just decide that you know for sure precisely why an anonymous user blocked a reply to make yourself feel better about it.