« Help: Comment

Commenting is one of the major ways to communicate in the Curveybooru community. This is a community after all, so contributing to the ongoing discussion will give you an identity and helping out is always a good thing. If you know something interesting about an image (such as an author's comment or related video), but there's no designated place to put it, the comment field is where it goes.

If you're unsure about something in a post you uploaded, we recommend asking on the forum rather than leaving a comment. This could be anything from tagging parts of a post to figuring out a new artist's artist tag. We'd much rather you make a forum post and give someone else the opportunity to help out than leave it half-finished with no way for anyone to know something needs fixing.

Here are some general guidelines to keep in mind when commenting:

Please comment in English

Comments in languages that are thematically related to the image or to the topic of discussion are fine, but most comments should be posted in English. Our team doesn't have many multilingual members, so moderating comments in languages other than English is prohibitively time-consuming.

Be polite

Senseless aggravation is indistinguishable from trolling, and in egregious cases can lead to a ban. Try to write clearly, with proper grammar and spelling. This just makes comments more comfortable to read. Don't worry if English is not your first language, just do your best.

Racism is not tolerated

Even in jest. This includes any malicious or disparaging comment about an ethnicity or sexual orientation.

Use spoilers

Curveybooru is a spoiler-free community. Remember, not everyone watches a show as soon as it comes out. Spoilers should be always be marked, even if they're several years old. Spoilers are marked [spoiler] like this. [/spoiler]

Outcome: likes this.

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