These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
Complaining About Music You Don't Listen To: When Spin.com reported about the music video for "Map of Tasmania", people immediately began to complain that every song she had ever released prior to it was the worst song ever, despite never having that vocal an opinion before.
There's a group of Spin commenters who have a hate-on for Amanda Palmer and complain every time Spin writes about her. A good portion of them think that she's a secret Scientologist because she's married to Neil Gaiman, despite the fact that he's gone on record saying he isn't a Scientologist anymore. (He was raised in the church.)
Which also is leading people to assume that because of her being married to Neil Gaiman that the money she raised on Kickstarter for her new album/tour is just a front to give all the money to the Church of Scientology.
Crowning Moment Of Awesome: During the Evelyn Evelyn tour across Europe, the crew got stuck in a different country because of the Iceland volcano. Instead of using her crew, Amanda pulled two fans onto the stage to stay there throughout the show and hold the webcasting laptop. She also had the opening band Bitter Ruin play the theme from Clue on her keyboard, while she ran around the stage between the songs acting out the theatre parts by herself, "Tim Curry style". Because the show was supposed to be played together with Jason Webley (who couldn't make it either), Jason joined in over Skype, with his face, accordion and ukulele playing on a laptop screen being held up next to Amanda throughout the entire gig. Oh, and the entire thing was broadcast live over the internet, with Amanda constantly talking to her online fans and tweeting.
"The only element here that is not part of the actual Evelyn Evelyn show... is me drinking beer. * chugs* "
Vegemite (The Black Death) for both lovers and haters of the spread in question.
During a concert, she begins to play the first few lines of Rebecca Black's Friday. The fans in question sense doom, and one even shouts out "Don't you dare." She then proceeds into a VERY NSFW version of "Friday" that must be heard to believed.
Hell, just read the comments on any SPIN article about her. She has a really, really dedicated hatedom.
Has the honor of having a dedicated "Controversies" section on The Other Wiki. The 2012 Theatre Is Evil crowdsourcing debacle especially spawned a fair amount of ire and commentary, her previously acquired detractors being all too keen to join in did not improve matters one bit.
Don't stop there. While Amanda Palmer has said that Half-Jack was about far more than one subject, this troper had always thought that it was about a split personality in her (who just happened to be an authoritative male figure) who was forcing her to suicide.
"It might destroy me But I'd sacrifice my body If it means I'll get the Jack part out AH-OH! AH-OH!"
"Mrs. O" is pure terror about Holocaust denial from a teacher. Coupled with the bright chords that Amanda uses, it creates a nightmarish effect rivaling Coin-Operated Boy.