Nobody has ever forced Chris to drink his comeuppance, he does (or did) it all the time to preserve his sperm count. At least with the time he did it on video he (thought he) was made to add orange Fanta to it and then drink it, ensuring the pleasurable flavor trifecta of oranges, salt and bleach.
I should have used different phrasing. Semen drinking was Chris's idea before the trolls came, but he was duped by them to film himself in the act. He did it willingly, but under two false pretenses: 1) That this was getting him closer to finding himself in Ivy's china. 2) That the video would not be leaked to the public. If someone did this to your child (assuming you had one) you'd have a shit fit.
Chris farting on a cake at worst leads to cake-smeared ass and a thrown out cake (unless Chris ate it) .
The Cakefarting in itself isn't what I find problematic, but rather the fact that a video of the debacle was leaked online for the world to see. You know that if something like that happened to you it would have devestated you (although I assume you won't reach a state in which you fart on a cake to begin with).
Destroying his PS3? Chris's idea.
Destroying his PS3 without at least consulting the trolls first? Mr. Jinkies's brilliant thinking.
His own idea for sure, but only after he was convinced by trolls that several false premises were true. Granted, no half rational person would believe those premises to begin with, but Chris has a mental condition which impairs his judgement and the trolls exploited it. I don't want to white knight or anything, but based on what society considers immoral many if not most (or even all) of the trolls actions were wrong.
The Game Place incident? Chris (reportedly goaded by Barb).
Doxxing the Wallflower while lying about dating her? Ricardo.
Defacing Wal-Mart property? Kaka.
Behavior that would result in repeated banning? Fat Dummy's entitled thinking.
Attempts to fool and seduce Kacey? The unassailable genius formerly known as Christopher.
No argument here, nobody is saying that Chris doesn't do a lot of stupid shit completley on his own. My point is that based on common standards of right and wrong, any act of trolling that goes beyond what liquid did is usually considered wrong, and I'm sure that there are many who will condemn liquid too. I'm not too sure how I personally feel about the morality of trolling Chris. On the one hand, I know that I'm expected to condemn it, and I also to know that I would be angry if I had to enudre what was done to Chris. On the other hand, it seems to me that the trolling doesn't really have much an effect on Chris, and Marvin concurs. If the manchild isn't really upset by it, and it doesn't to cause him any other harm, than why should I care?
The bottom line of all this rambling is that what S and T did to Chris was tame compared to many of what was done to Chris in the past, and that getting upset about it while being an enthusiastic consumer of Chris content extracted by trolls is hyopcritical.