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Can your criticisms please stop?

All you say are crap

Robert, stop teasing me for my height

Raphaelle, i don’t care if I ressemble a Cheetos

Oh my dear lord, I’m

Tearing myself apart

What am I?

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    $\begingroup$ rot13(Gur npebfgvp fnlf pneebg) but I'm not sure what that hints toward (maybe that is the answer) $\endgroup$ – Zoir Oct 17 at 15:04
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    $\begingroup$ If it's the answer then the riddle is almost all "chaff". I'm sure we're not the only people who've noticed rot13(gur npebfgvp) but not posted an answer because surely there must be more going on. $\endgroup$ – Gareth McCaughan Oct 17 at 15:30
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I feel like this can't be the answer, but I'll give it a go anyway!

This puzzle seems to be an acrostic puzzle, as the acrostic gives us CARROT. Also, adding to the "confusion", carrots do in a way resemble Cheetos. More specifically, the carrot could be baby carrot as one of the lines says "stop teasing me for my height". Lastly, thanks to Belhenix, a baby carrot tends to split through the middle thus explaining the last line.

So the answer I am going with is:

It is a baby carrot

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    $\begingroup$ I saw that acrostic too but what do you think the lines are referring to? I didn't really have any idea $\endgroup$ – Drops Oct 17 at 17:41
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    $\begingroup$ @Ahmed I added a bit to make it a tad more specific $\endgroup$ – ThatOneNerdyBoy Oct 17 at 17:45
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    $\begingroup$ Also, rot13(Pneebgf graq gb fcyvg guebhtu gur zvqqyr, znxvat n pbafvqrenoyr tnc va abezny pneebgf ohg n uhtr bar va gurve onol inevnagf, fbzrgvzrf fcnaavat gur jubyr irtrgnoyr.) could explain the last 2 lines $\endgroup$ – Belhenix Oct 17 at 22:32
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    $\begingroup$ @Belhenix Perfect, I didn't even think of that! I'll add that to my answer! $\endgroup$ – ThatOneNerdyBoy Oct 17 at 22:34
  • $\begingroup$ It’s correct, good job!! $\endgroup$ – Me myself and I Oct 18 at 16:45

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