'Just draw' is just a saying that beginners in their time picked up because they saw others saying it. Years later they use it as 'advice' because they're NPCs and have never thought beyond their preconcieved ideas of what 'just draw' would mean to the people saying it. It went from being told to sorta experienced procrastinating artists, to being told to newer people, and formed into what it is today. Just draw is advice for a specific purpose. It serves no place in the way that people use it today, especially since they have no idea what they're talking about.
You can see this inability to understand the gravity this kind of advice has to be people it's given to if you just follow the advice with what you (Or a beginner who has no idea what or how to think about art, since they haven't done it before) already know, which is usually for most people it's given to, nothing. Watch as the parrots bark about it being common sense, and yet it seems to be a common revalation to a lot of people who are beginners after a long while drawing. They appeal to useless concepts like common sense and try to be dishonest as possible in a pathetic attempt to deflect the idea that their useless advice has nothing to do with how stupid people are.The point is that the advice is shit and useless, and that is proven again and again when threads like these and countless examples show that there are several keys missing. You admit that your advice can be interpreted incorrectly while still continuing to give it, showing that you're aware of it but just don't care about people improving. You just want to feel better about yourself. Say the people who don't apply 'common sense' ARE stupid. What doesn't change is you knowing that there are misinterpretations that can be made. What it just shows is that you don't give a shit about helping others, and if that's the case then I'll dismiss any use of 'just draw' outside of analysis paralysis as either a troll or retard.