As far as the "Creepy comments"...aside from the VERY RARE critique of the actual art, that is pretty much the only reactions we get on this site. Personally, as an artist, I prefer to get some feedback...even if it is kind of creepy; that way I at least know what people think of the work. Mind you, there are a few people here who take it more than a little far. But at least THEY are talking! Sometimes the silence on this site can be deafening. Beyond that, with the exception of the "favorited" button, a poster has no way to know if their post was even SEEN.
Nitro said:
There is also the realistic tag which I just cannot place in all this. Technically most of the uploads are not photorealistic as they for me at least, heavily fall into the uncanny valley. It begins to seem clear this site wasn't "expecting" this sort of content while it was birthed and growing.

Up to someone more responsible to come up with an idea for how this tag duo is handled.
I would define "photorealistic" for tagging purposes as something which strives to emulate the look of an actual person rather than an anime / manga character, regardless of the actual talent of the artist.

Gelbooru defines "realistic" as an image having natural proportions and anatomy. For example, no chibis, no oversized eyes or mouth, no unnatural hair colors, no 300 pound cowtits, etc... If there's ambiguity about how to use this tag, we should probably do away with it / alias it to something more readily understood.
Zolxys said:
There's a metadata block at the top of that script where you will see the following line:
// @include https://lolibooru.moe/comment*

That line causes the script to run on the comments page. But the script will also work on the post pages. To run it on those pages, just add the following line to the metadata block:
// @include https://lolibooru.moe/post/show/*
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Virginlover said:
As far as the "Creepy comments"...aside from the VERY RARE critique of the actual art, that is pretty much the only reactions we get on this site. Personally, as an artist, I prefer to get some feedback...even if it is kind of creepy; that way I at least know what people think of the work. Mind you, there are a few people here who take it more than a little far. But at least THEY are talking! Sometimes the silence on this site can be deafening. Beyond that, with the exception of the "favorited" button, a poster has no way to know if their post was even SEEN.
On actual art sites I do leave comments for the artist, because that's where the comments are most likely to be read by the artists. Most posts on this site are submitted by people sharing the images from other sites, not by the artists themselves.

I suppose I could share my opinion on the artwork with other lurkers, for there are indeed many images that move me to say something about it. But on the whole I'm just very reserved, only posting comments if I'm looking for a discussion, of which I usually don't on porn/hentai sites.