- Accentuate the Negative: Since the website is not about the positive aspects of TV Tropes, this is to be expected. There are few exceptions to this, such as when Mark directly stated how the website itself does not suck at all, but that the main problems were the lack of criticism and the other things he had pointed out on his Tumblr.
- Camp Gay: By his own admission, Mark (who is openly gay) has described himself as a twink. He despises these kind of label tropes however, especially the Straight Gay trope.
- Creator Worship: He talks about how some tropers have a tendency to do this.Remember, tropers: if you worship someone like a god because they make internet videos…you’re dumb.
- Damned by Faint Praise:
Anonymous: Is there something you LIKE about Tvtropes?
- Mark, after being asked if there's anything he likes about TV Tropes, has this to say.I suppose a good aspect would be how they kept all the subpages on the top of the pages. That way you won’t have to go through the entire article looking for a link to their character page.
- Another time, this happened:
Mark: The background is a very nice shade of white.
- Mark, after being asked if there's anything he likes about TV Tropes, has this to say.
- Hates Everyone Equally: It doesn't matter if either TV Tropes or one of the mirror sites did something wrong. Everything the author considers horrible will be pointed out. He even called fellow TV Tropes hater, CrazyGoggs, out on some stuff like him accusing some self-proclaimed asexuals of only saying they're asexuals as an excuse for being virgins.
- Hatedom: This is what that Tumblr apparently is, though not without reason.
- Running Gag: 99% of the time, when agreeing with a response, he will use a gif from Hercules note as a response.
- Shout-Out: Mark will typically post GIFs from RuPaul's Drag Race in reaction to the submissions, due to him being a huge fan of the show.
- Take That: Most of the Tumblr is made this way, especially when he goes through the old This Troper archives.