Is randomly choosing rejection reasons is an acceptable behaviour?
there are complaints over the social platform, reddit, facebook, this forum etc., about their nominations were rejected by non-sense reasons.
But we usually can see someone commenting that it is ok for using any rejection reason (live animal to a generic bus stop, which is not eligible to be a wayspot) to reject something if that nomination does not meet criteria. Some would also say just ignore it and move on.
As far as I know, the reason why we can see rejection criteria in not accepted nominations is to help us know better about the wayfarer criteria. Unrelated reasons may gated newcomers to understand things about wayfarer.
So, my question is, is the community opinion correct, using unrelated rejection reasons is find?