On the surface, this seems like a neat little idea but since when is it a good idea to promote the idea of writing “nasty, hacky” CSS? Just because it happens whether we like to admit it or not, it doesn’t mean we should be actively advising it. All this seems to me is for a way to make people feel better about writing bad CSS. Sure, sometimes we may not have enough time to write the absolute best CSS we can but I think we should try to avoid falling victim of the speed mentality rather than encouraging bad code. How many opportunities will there be to go back and refactor bad CSS? In my experience that won’t happen very often.
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