I don't get people. I really don't. If I make, or do, something, then I want to honestly know if I did it well. If I did it well, fantastic. If I didn't, then I must improve, and thus I would ask how I could improve. If everyone says "It was great!", no matter how they felt, then I would not be able to improve, and they would get the same quality every time. Thus, I am honest; when given food, and asked for an opinion, I will give it, good or bad. However.. this is somehow considered rude. Nevermind that my taste might be different from someone else's, or that I was asked, or that it's a sign of respect to be honest, or that I'm helping the person to improve, actually saying that you don't like it? That's just terribly rude. So, my question; should we give our honest opinions (When asked), and help each other improve the quality of our work until it's good, if not great, or should we always give the same "It's good" reply, regardless of how it was, not giving the person the chance to improve?