I came across this sentence while I reading some questions randomly. The question starts with this sentence:
This is a bit of a noob question so bear with me.
Obviously, the user wants to excuse that he is a beginner and he might say something non-sense. But to say, 'bear with me' in the imperative, isn't the user bit rude? I feel like he is ordering to bear his ignorance. But why do I have to?
Wouldn't he need to say 'please' to be more polite?
This is a bit of a noob question so bear with me, please.
Do I need to feel a bit uneasy? Or is the original sentence acceptable as the internet culture?