I guess it doesn't have too much about being a "cry baby" as much as it does with low self-confidence, low self-esteem and believing in myths like "talent" and "I wish I could've do it sooner instead of [insert anything here]".
I once also find this stamp to be offensive, but not because I thought you were trying to mock me or something: it's because I felt myself so "powerless", so "useless" and having nothing of value to offer to deviantART like the artists I watched, which had all that favorites, comments, pageviews and fantastic, eye candy art that I thought I'd never be able to be like them.
Recently, after reading many articles and self-help books, I suddenly decided to take courage and take my chances at drawing. The tutorial I'm practising with now is this one about manual skills - design.tutsplus.com/tutorials/…
"If there is a way to be perfect, it's to stop trying. You must understand that no matter how good you are at drawing, it will not make you a better, more valuable person than you are now. It's also true from the other side—no matter how bad you are at drawing, it doesn't make you less worthy.
", is one of the quotes of the tutorial.
However, I read first about her article talking about dealing with criticism, which inspired me to create this journal dedicated to people who have dealt or have been dealing with attaching their self-esteem to their works - fav.me/db12029
Revisiting this stamp, I read like this: "I can't draw!" Stop demanding so much of yourself. Pick up a pencil and dare to prove yourself to yourself!