Yes, CBrach, but "troll/trolling" is a loaded word
, so if you're going to use it... y'know.
That said... I seem to remember calling certain of Lisa's actions wrong at least a few times:
Alice Macher wrote:I think there was a rather big discrepancy between Lisa's earliest appearances where, while she could be friendly and cheerful, was more often than not, as Twitcher's post from earlier today points out, an angry, chip-on-the-shoulder little snot. That's right, I, Alice, actually said that. Because come on, going up to someone who's not forcing her religion on anyone and mocking her beliefs to her face isn't cool. Neither is reacting openly rudely to both Karen and Marshall when neither, not even Karen, had yet done real harm to people close to her.
Alice Macher wrote:
Freemage wrote:Still, I had to acknowledge Twitcher's point regarding Lisa setting up the sequence with the nose-beep being followed almost immediately by Exxes and Ohhs, with the rather public accusation that would entail.
Hm, Twitcher's point, and yours, is well taken. I'd forgotten about the "Lezzy Lesbo Lesbians" bit. That was overkill, to put it charitably, even if Liz seemed rather amused when reading it.
Alice Macher wrote: Also...Lisa, sweetie, I love you, I really do. But right now you're being bitchy with extra bitch sprinkles. Penny was already starting to cool down; then you fired her up again, and took a swipe at Sara. I think you need to take off for now, as well.
And, Tamar's done so at least once, for example:
Tamar wrote:Bad Lisa! No phone sex in the dorm unless you know your roomie's out. Tsk tsk!
So, Adrishiana... I guess Tamar and I are Lisa-haters, then?
There's a difference between "full and complete adoration at all times," mostly liking/loving a character but recognizing when she messes up on occasion... and, well, what Lisa-posts by you, Ameyal, LadyObvious23 and NobodySpecial come across as, namely pretty much always interpreting Lisa's words and actions in the worst possible light, and continuing to do so even when the author of the webcomic
points out where you've misinterpreted or exaggerated things.
No, it's not trolling. Yes, you, Ameyal, LadyObvious23 and NobodySpecial have every right to make those comments, and I'd oppose any attempt to force you (plural) to stop. But when you (plural) pursue lines of argument that twist Lisa's actions and words wholly out of proportion, and fly in the face of facts which the author of the webcomic has pointed out, you can well expect that others will call you on it. Not because they worship the fictional ground fictional Lisa walks on and think she's better than God and that her farts smell like roses. Rather, because they believe criticism of characters should be just and proportionate.