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Typically found on twitter, this is often used in joke constructions and other lighthearted comments to suggest that the speaker doesn't want to receive any feedback or refutation on their comment. Saying don't @ suggests that the speaker doesn't expect or want a back and forth.
Ex 1. The GSW are unwatchable now that Kevin Durant sold out for a ring, don't @ me.

Ex 2. Popcorn is better with unsalted butter, do not @ me.
by Norman Macdonald November 20, 2016
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