|Do what you want on your own RP blog, but please don't post Loki-related posts in the Johnny Weir tag. It's inconsiderate to other bloggers, especially when people looking for JW stuff usually want nothing to do with Loki.||◤||
…My apologies. I’m pretty sure that most people who are looking for Johnny Weir related stuff are intelligent enough to realize that a post comparing the facial similarities of him to another person isn’t what they are looking for and move on. I mean, one would hope. That said, noting that he looks like another person is related to Johnny Weir, and thus I found it pertinent to include that tag. Because you know, one post is totally going to spam an entire tag.
What’s inconsiderate to other bloggers is assuming that you are the authority on how one might tag their posts, and what is considered relevant to a particular medium. It’s also incredibly arrogant to assume that you have any right to speak for the majority of individuals that frequent a tag by claiming “people looking for JW stuff usually want nothing to do with Loki”. Unless you’ve talked to every single person that looks in the JW tag and know that definitively, you’re using a fallacious argument. I think what you meant to say is “I don’t want anything to do with Loki” (which is fine, of course). To this I recommend taking the above advice: recognizing that my post wasn’t relevant to you, and moving on. That’s called common sense.
I’m sure you didn’t mean to come across as arrogant, and perhaps will view my response as super bitchy. Oh well. All I can say is “Do whatever you want on your blog, but please don’t message me juvenile complaints. It’s inconsiderate and rude, because I don’t want anything to do with people who moan about my tags needlessly as they apparently haven’t learned how to be an adult.”