Let’s use the wilson logic shall we?
A customer dislikes the lamb shank in a restaurant because it’s a bit bland or something and signals to the waiter and along comes the waiter, to which the customer complains and states if he made a lamb shank like that, his small little restaurant would probably go bankrupt, obviously we know this customer doesn’t actually have or work in a restaurant,…the waiter angrily says “are you a chef?! are you?! no?! well then shut the fuck up and eat it like you could do any better, don’t criticise what you can’t make!”
A second scenario, a customer loves the beef wellington and wants to tell the waiter how great it is, the customer states how much he loved it and how he could never make one that good, to which the waiter responds with, “you have a great taste in food and you obviously know great food when you see it.”
What have we learned today? Your opinion is only valid if either 1. Someone else agrees with your tastes 2. If it is a contradiction to your beliefs, their opinion is invalid 3. If it is a negative critique, if you can’t make it yourself, you have no right to criticise.