1-Read the whole entry.
2- Bring Webster's dictionary
3- Open another window to Wikipedia, even though it's not a reliable source, but it'll do for the the time being.
4-Familiarize yourself with Literary criticism theories.
5- Learn to conduct civilized discussions.
I shouldn't be writing this now since I have papers to correct and an exam to prepare myself for, but I was prompted to do so because apparently, my resolve to rise above and to not descend to the level of some freaks who think they know me well enough to make some judgments, is lost. I'm not perfect nor do I claim myself to be, so I don't need anyone of you to come and accuse me of being arrogant.
what I'm going to make here is a simple hypothesis that you're free to either accept or reject.
Lets start by stating the obvious:
In case those people did not notice, I wrote a statement in my profile which makes it clear that I am merely expressing an opinion in my writing which people may or may not agree with. I'll quot it for the convenience of those seemingly busy individuals who have no time to read everything before bashing someone. Let's see:
" I usually write when I’m either in a crappy mood, or when I’m too excited about something."
Also, those individual who obviously suffer poor reading skills did not notice the repeated apology I keep making in every entry I write, which also stresses the fact that I'm only showing one side of me, which is the angry pessimistic side.
so for those of you who come here, start categorizing my personality, and tell me to get some help, you don't know me! And in case your deteriorating reading skills did not help you, I will again quot this part for your convenience :
" I tend to pour all the negativites here."
If you didn't like what you read, well that's your fault. I didn't hold a gun to your head.
If those individuals took the time to not hasten a release of judgment on a lowly person such as myself, they would notice from the entries I write that I majored in English Literature, master degree, and that Literary criticism is my field, and that I'm currently writing my thesis which is an application of psycho-biography on African-American literature.
According to the principles of Literary criticism, what seems (s**t) to some people, may appeal to thousands others. Also, on the issue of (not understanding what I'm quoting) there seems to be a literary criticism theory called (Reader Response) which places great importance on the reader as a creator of meaning. It's not my fault if the (s**t) I'm quoting does not match the stored knowledge in your head, or does not make sense to your obviously superficial mentality.
Allow me to conduct (New criticism) theory on your comment:
" Stop qouting shit out of context you don't understand"
Judging by the tone, it seems the the speaker is in sever agony over not accomplishing something. The anger tone is obvious in the quoted part. The accusatory tone in the quoted part also shows that the speaker is out of options and has no other way to express his irritation other than to desert logic which is basic to any civilized discussion.
on the Lexical level, a word like (shit) combined with the accusatory tone, indicates the educational level of the speaker.
The short comment creates a feeling of abruptness mingled with hopelessness and an eagerness to show the world his or her prejudices and inability to cope with the concept of deep and surface meaning as well as (multiple interpretations)
of course, a well knowledgeable speaker would have sought civilized discussion in order to form some basic ideas about the other party before judging them. A comment such as this is never expected from an open-minded person. so, keeping all these factors in mind, the speaker is a mentally superficial person who has never employed an objective perspective his entire life and whose only source of knowledge is biased media or comic books. The speaker is also judgmental, ill- mannered, uncivilized, intolerant towards other's opinions, self absorbed, prejudiced, and suffer sever superiority-inferiority complex.
of course, as I stated earlier, this is all hypothetical and a different reader may read something else into the statement above.