People who were picked on in high school have a tendency to overcompensate later in life by criticizing and making fun of everything around them to make themselves feel better subconsciously. When called out on such behavior they will usually attempt to rationalize their criticisms so that they can continue truly believe that no matter how pathetic and insignificant they are they are still better than every one and every thing around them.
I fully expect your next comment to be either a verbal attack on me or a defense against how shitty Cici’s Pizza really is. There is also the small chance that you just won’t say anything because you’re too busy crying over the reality check you’ve just faced, rationalized by “he’s just a dumbass who doesn’t know what he’s talking about, probably a 12 year old who needs to take a nap”
When you express negative emotions you should really begin to analyze them, ask yourself why you do that and why you feel it necessary, get to the deeper root of why you feel to it’s important to make an opinion statement overly negative to the point where it could offend others around you. Until you learn to do this and stop rationalizing bad behavior you will continue living your life in fear of every contradiction and disagreement, replaying things in your head over and head in the hopes it will never happen again.
It’s time to move on, I hope you have luck with becoming a better person. Even though I’m sure you’re telling yourself right now that you already are.