QfeastQfeast is like a drug; once you're hooked, you're hooked. It seems like there's no escape, an addiction. It's not necessarily a bad drug, but it also isn't a good drug. People get suicidal by the influence of things that others say, friendships are broken through just a single post... It's all drama. That's the key. We're all people. We feed on drama, every last one of us. People protest, saying stuff like 'I'm laid-back and don't want any part of this', but your drama could be their drug. Drama is a drug, and a dangerous one at that. Qfeast is full of drama, a key component in the Q-Drug.
Qfeast has been compared to hell before; people have said 'welcome to hell!' to new users that join. Quite frankly, they're not off. Qfeast is filled with highly opinionated people and very emotionally unstable ones as well. If you mix opinion with emotion, you get people acting out on their feelings, not their brains. That's no way to live life. People get hurt. People want to die. Thousands of people join, but who really stays? This site has gone to ashes, leaving only a few remnants of what was once there behind. It's insane.
Qfeast draws you in, and, once you're in, it's near impossible to get out. You forge relationships, most of which are stronger than the ones you have on the outside world. You create, you destroy. Some people, more commonly the new users, see Qfeast as a great place to make friends and have fun. Other users, such as the ones from years ago? There's no silver lining anymore. Everyone on Qfeast eventually has to accept something; people leave. Your friends come, your friends go. It's inevitable, it's the Internet. Qfeast has so many people baited on stories, quizzes, and questions galore that people start to lose sight of who they are, what they are, why they're here.
Qfeast has a lot social anxiety and/or depression. I have both, and it's hard. When people get depressed, they tend to post with their emotions. Some people repeatedly feel the need to comment mean things and be a full-out pain in the ass. TROLLING IS NOT COOL. No one likes a troll, especially not a troll who bitches on a depressed kid. I've seen a lot of this. There's also lots of hate on different sexualities as well. The way I see it, if it works for you, go for it. I have friends, though, who have people making direct posts about them and their sexualities. Seriously, it's none of your business, and that brings us to our next paragraph.
Direct and indirect posts. We all make them, we all get butthurt about them, but seriously, why do we do them? I've made them, and I've felt like a dick afterwards. Do we really just make direct posts to make people feel bad about their opinions, their beliefs, and, most importantly, themselves? The things you say hurt people's minds, and can influence them to hurt themselves. C'mon, guys, it's the Internet. Do we really want online reputations as people who constantly make others feel like shit? I know I don't, and neither should you.
Qfeast is a drug. It pulls you in, and it's hard to get out. It's laced with drama, seasoned with depressions, and concocted by thousands of teenagers being assholes to each other.
Qfeast is a poison.