Although I'm a lazy shit about replying to comments, I generally make sure to visit everyone's page who watches/collects something I've drawn... Sometimes, I see comments on userpages from very, very popular users (think 1mil+ pageviews) saying thank you for faving an image. Considering the amount of faves these people get on each deviation they submit, the amount of commenting and page-visiting these people must do is insane. There's only so many ways to say "thank you for the fave" so after a while it's just saying the same five words over and over again, and for the sake of their fingers I can only assume it's copied and pasted. While I have no real feelings on the matter either way (except that I am rather awestruck at the amount of time it must take to comment on 20k+ watcher/fave messages), I wonder how people who get the comments see it: Is it nice to see such a popular artist is still down to earth enough to pay individual attention to each person who likes their work, or is it just emotionless copypasta with no real meaning behind it except to broaden ones exposure?