I mean, it is probably bad, but it is not that bad as I used to think it was. If someone play 1. a4, it is not as bad as blundering a piece, for example. The computer probably will give something like -0.3, which is equal for our mundane terms. Pawn pushers are trickier. They just start to push pawns like a space invaders game and almost never moving a piece. Only the gods know how many games I lost to those players. But if this is objectevly bad (as it must be), then it is part of my evolution as a player to prove it. If I can't prove, well, it seems I am not that good, so it always end as my problem, not theirs.