Chris "won" at least once all the way back in 2008, when a bunch of we.ens voted for him in a contest in some autistic attempt at trolling, leading him to win 400 bucks to spend on vidya.
SammyClassicSonicFan seems to have grown up a bit. Dude's a student at Purdue on track to graduate in 2021. He hasn't uploaded a vid to his YT channel in like a year, probably busy with classes.
Same goes for DSP.
I sincerely hope no one from this site burned his house down. Although someone mentioning this is highly suspicious.As it's been said, Chris kind of won, if only the farms stopped giving a shit in trolling him and did try to protect him as the site felt some sympathy after his house burned down and the idea guy's saga. Burning that sympathy was a stupid decision by Chris though
I guess Chris, in that he attained a measure of celebrity and makes money out of being a lolcow.
It’s kind of a complicated question. If a cow stops being a cow, have they won? We’d say yes, because they’re leading a better life. But they didn’t win on their own terms, they had to adapt to social expectations they’d previously rejected. So in a sense, they lost.
Yes. Indeed. Quite so.Is your opinion based in reality or you're delusions of the greatness of kiwi farms, an online troll social media site. On cold argue that those who glory in cyberbullying are mentally disturbed and have a definite skewed mentally deficient view of life, actions, behavior, mental health, consequences, and reality.
I think lolcows can "win", mainly by no longer being a lolcow or at least becoming forgotten online and functional enough to get by.Heck no, a true lolcow is a total loser in every situation imaginable. Though, I am always surprised how lucky many cows are, they continue their autistic adventures for years without ever something bad happening to them and stopping them. E.g. Chris wasn't institutionalized, Phil didn't end up in jail, Amberlynn didn't get heart attack so far etc.