Is it a comma splice. I feel like the sentence has a sort of repetition to it, so a comma could be used. I don't know. It is like saying "I don't like to read, I don't like to write, and I just don't like English as a whole".
Comma splices are stylistic errors only when the clauses are long. Two short clauses such as you have can be joined by commas without any problem.
Strunk & White notes that splices are sometimes acceptable when the clauses are short and alike in form, such as:
The gate swung apart, the bridge fell, the portcullis was drawn up.
The famous sentence I came, I saw, I conquered falls into the same category.
It would be beneficial to note that the criteria "short" and "alike in form" are met in your example.