Frankly I'm getting a bit tired of this, and some parts of the art forum are slowly becoming one big circlejerk in my eyes.
If someone asks for help, in a friendly manner, nothing hostile going on, don't just start swearing and flinging e-shit at them. Yes, even if they were annoying in the past, I've seen the other threads. Just start fresh, holding grudges on the internet is stupid.
Give tips, link to tutorials, offer to touch up their work if you want, but being mean and just a douchebag isnn't going to help. It will only provoke the OP and scare them away.
And don't give me the old "well if they can't take it, they should just leave", no they shouldn't. This isn't your website, and I thinking like that only gives the impression that you can do what you want, as long as you've been here for a long time or know most of the people.
Also, it's fine if you give tips about an aspect the OP didn't ask about, but don't suddenly act like an all knowing jerk. 50 is an example. Continously shitting on anatomy, while it's actually fine, together with the proportions, seeing as the subject artwork wasn't meant to be highly realistic anyway. And frankly, 50, I've seen a lot of problems with your anatomy as well, so it's best you work on your own stuff before you start shitting on others.
It's likely that half of the comments here were not fully serious, but when it's obvious that the "victim" (bad word choice, I know) doesn't realise that, you should keep it easy. I just hope this thread won't turn into a lame running joke for 1 or 2 users that keep making "jokes" about it, weeks after most people would've forgotten it. It all just seems very childish to me.
/rant, I guess. I just thought I'd say something that was on my mind.