Firstly, I find that of late responses to some newbies have grown more hostile. While it can be very irritating when people keep coming in and posting without reading the rules and such, it does not mean it's alright to go all pissed off and explode in rage to attack the person in question. Yes those are repeated cases, yes I think they could use some common sense to read the rules, etc. But they are all different people, and people sometimes lump them and treat them as though they are one repeated offender.
Secondly, I notice that some people like to post criticism but does not include ways to improve, or even state why they think it's not good. I think that if one does not have something constructive then perhaps he/she could refrain from just saying something nasty and completely unhelpful. Also I believe it takes less energy to type something like "Please read the rules" rather than "blah blah blah this is crap blah blah read the damn rules blah blah blah".
Of course this does not apply to everyone, and I think it is really awesome that a lot, or rather most, of people here put across their points patiently and rationally. But I'm seeing this often and nobody pointed it out. I personally don't think it is very nice, nor does it speak very well of lolitas and may make the community seem a little elitist even though it isn't ? I mean, yes rules have to be enforced but stop nitpicking on people's errors, and taking everything overly seriously ? Once again I'm talking about the minority here but they seem to be growing in numbers.
Besides, getting irritated is not good for health.
Thank you for your attention. Much love for the community - now I shall go back to being a quiet member and leave everything else to the experienced lolis.