One time when I was coaching football at the university, some kids came up to me and mentioned that Marshall Faulk (or whoever) only went up to 225 on the squat. This was their reasoning to never squat heavy.
I then asked them if they were Marshall Faulk. The answer was no.
In lifting, too many people think they are Olympic lifters and strut around with their shoes, tupperware of chalk and love to drop the bar from overhead, despite having less than 220 on the bar. If you are a high level Olympic lifter, sure 5 reps is a lot of reps.
For the rest of the pretenders, let it go and be honest with yourself. If you can't do 5 reps on a clean, get over yourself. I like you Rattus and I hope you don't take this as an insult. This was more for the idiots who love the labels but won't ever do the real work.
It's like when people think doing 10 reps on the squat is too high rep. Meanwhile, they hit a sloppy 215x4 and are determined to give their opinion.