Do you even logic?
First, we can get rid of “everybody” here because chances are that if you look carefully… it’s not everybody. Nice rhetoric though.
Second, the argument itself is invalid. The latter does not follow from the former.
Which problem are you solving?
Stop here and think before continuing. The more correct you define the problem the better are your chances of solving what you really need to be solving.
What’s the best solution to your problem?
When looking into alternative solutions, consider your circumstances: budget, people, knowledge, time frames, integration with existing products in use, etc.
In case that X is one of the alternatives to your problem, if “everybody” does X, there might be better documentation, resources, people available that know how to do X. That’s why you might want to consider X favourably.
Related post: Prove your tool is the right choice.
Hope this helps!