Something that disturbs me at a great deal

    Weiweismart
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    Something that disturbs me at a great deal of gambling subreddits is"I purchased the thing!" Posts reaching massive quantities of upvotes. However, there are a number of Animal Crossing New Horizons Bells really talented artists out there making exquisite fanmade merch, and that shouldn't be discounted. I would like to mention that maybe merch posts ought to be limited to the people who actually made the items, but that may cross over into self-promotion too much.

    Official merch certainly does not have to be part of the subreddit. This ought to be a place to show off things we have created, both in and out of the game, and to go over the sport as a whole. By definition, the official merch isn't made by community members, and the only effort involved in producing a post about it's taking the picture.

    Just lots more common occurrences. Because yet another player is having the"hating pineapple pizza is trendy" conversation. Is. Going. On." Yeah convinced that was amusing the first 10 days it occurred in early December.

    Spoilers

    Personally I am not bothered with this. I spoil the bejeezus out of myself every time an upgrade drops and somebody goes into datamine all of the new assets even if they are still time-locked. I enjoy knowing what is coming so that I could best prepare for this. The one thing that disturbs me about time-traveling is if somebody posts about"eventually" achieving something that's ONLY possible through time-travel, such as getting all of the zodiac items, but we are pretty much beyond the point of being a problem now.

    Memorials

    These do not bother me at all, and that I can confidently say they aren't submitted to make someone sad about death but to recall and celebrate a loved one's lifestyle. When someone posts about a villager visiting their grandma's memorial, for instance, I simply consider it as posting about the way they feel their grandmother is using them, and it is a happy thing.

    This wasn't motivated but I want to find some type of rule about frequency of posting. It is not often, but sometimes someone will post a thread, get a bit of traction, then come back a few hours later with a"follow-up," and another, and another... simply put everything that you want to show people in the first thread. Posts within 24-48 hours is just overkill karmawhoring.

    Oh, and please remove blatant reposts of all top-scoring posts in the sub. I really don't care if they claim they saw it on Facebook, it was only on Animal Crossing Items For Sale our front page a week ago (that's probably the way the person on Facebook watched it and submitted it), and generally I think there should be a"in case you didn't make it, prevent posting it" rule.

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