Things and places sometimes being too common/mass-produced to get accepted
I think objects and places should never be rejected because of them being too common/mass-produced, because playgrounds could be considered common/mass-produced, in my opinion. They already get accepted a lot because I think everyone understands why they are good wayspots. By a lot and not always, I mean the submitters of the playgrounds might break a rejection criteria where the reviewers have the right to reject the nomination because of the rejection criteria being broken.
I think the playgrounds can be considered mass-produced, if I understand what mass-produced means. I believe mass-produced means: Objects that are located at many places around the world.
Reviewers could still use the 'other rejection criteria' if they either think a nomination is not interesting enough, it doesn't meet any of the three criterias or the nomination breaks other rejection criteras, such as copy-pasting text from other sources on the internet to the description, for example.
Reviewers should never consider how common something is, if it should get accepted or not that way. Playgrounds are already common, yet positive wayspots because they encourage exercise and social life.
I don't know if anyone else has posted a discussion post about this topic before me. I don't feel like checking if anyone else has, so please forgive me. 😅