Here's a little piece of advice, direct from me to you and totally free: tread lightly when discussing someone else's birth experience. That goes double for c-sections. I've given birth vaginally and via c-section and, in my experience, the offensive stupidity you'll hear from other people after a c-section is way worse. I asked other moms to share the worst things they heard after they had a c-section and, well, it's rough.
Birth is a deeply personal yet socially loaded experience, which is a really terribly mix for any topic of discussion. People say stupid things about any type of birth all the time, often from a place of ignorance (they really just don't know what they're talking about), and sometimes sitting atop a stormy cloud of smug judgment (and those particular people usually don't know what they're talking about, either). However, c-section moms, in my experience, often get extra questions that passive-aggressively requires them to justify their c-section. People want to ensure that their c-section was "necessary," or they want a woman who has had a c-section to fit a narrative they have built in their head about who has c-sections and why. Or, sadly, they want to offer women who've had c-sections condolences (or worse, scorn) for not giving birth the way "women are supposed to."
It's all crap, and we c-section moms are sick of it. We just want to keep on living our mom lives without having to help you sort out your issues about childbirth. So, with that in mind and because nothing will change if we don't talk about why it should change, below are actual things that 16 actual woman heard about their c-sections. Please, learn from this absurdity so that this awfulness can at least have some instructive value.