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Well, I do think the authority bit, is at least a bit problematic, especially how the writers presented it. It isn't shown that Timber and Twilight just started to like each other enough for some time after their first meeting, enough for Timber to start to flirt with Twilight.
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Well, I do think the authority bit, is at least a bit problematic, especially how the writers presented it. It isn\'t shown that Timber and Twilight just started to like each other enough for some time after their first meeting, enough for Timber to start to flirt with Twilight.
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No, '''literally''' the first thing Timber does when he interacts with Twilight for the first time, is flirting with Twilight, who he knows that as a camper, is under his care. The way it is presented, makes it seem at least to viewer that he already approached Twilight, to flirt with her.
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No, \'\'\'literally\'\'\' the first thing Timber does when he interacts with Twilight for the first time, is flirting with Twilight, who he knows that as a camper, is under his care. The way it is presented, makes it seem at least to viewer that he already approached Twilight, to flirt with her.
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Again, if Timber and Twilight at least got to know each other for a bit (ie 2 days), it wouldn't seem that bad, but the fact Timber resorts immediately to flirting, seems at least quite unprofessional.
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Again, if Timber and Twilight at least got to know each other for a bit (ie 2 days), it wouldn\'t seem that bad, but the fact Timber resorts immediately to flirting, seems at least quite unprofessional.
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Also, as a camp counselor(this seems Timber's function), Timber has a particular focus on Twilight's safety.
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Also, as a camp counselor(this seems Timber\'s function), Timber has a particular focus on Twilight\'s safety.
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I mean, if you were in Timber's place(and age, being camp counselor, an a camper(relatively close to your age) caught your eye, would you start immediately flirting with them, and literally in the first conversation with them?
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I mean, if you were in Timber\'s place(and age), being a camp counselor, an a camper(relatively close to your age) caught your eye, would you start immediately flirting with them, and literally in the first conversation with them?
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Again, it's a mistake on the writers part while writing this romance, but again, so is a lot of other examples(maybe even half or more in fact) of unfortunate implications.
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Again, it\'s a mistake on the writers part while writing this romance, but again, so is a lot of other examples(maybe even half or more in fact) of unfortunate implications.
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Well, I do think the authority bit, is at least a bit problematic, especially how the writers presented it. It isn't shown that Timber and Twilight just started to like each other enough for some time after their first meeting, enough for Timber to start to flirt with Twilight.
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Well, I do think the authority bit, is at least a bit problematic, especially how the writers presented it. It isn\'t shown that Timber and Twilight just started to like each other enough for some time after their first meeting, enough for Timber to start to flirt with Twilight.
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No, '''literally''' the first thing Timber does when he interacts with Twilight for the first time, is flirting with Twilight, who he knows that as a camper, is under his care. The way it is presented, makes at least seem to viewer he already approached Twilight, to flirt with her.
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No, \'\'\'literally\'\'\' the first thing Timber does when he interacts with Twilight for the first time, is flirting with Twilight, who he knows that as a camper, is under his care. The way it is presented, makes it seem at least to viewer that he already approached Twilight, to flirt with her.
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Again, if Timber and Twilight at least got to know each other for a bit (ie 2 days), it wouldn't seem that bad, but the fact Timber resorts immediately to flirting, seems at least quite unprofessional.
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Again, if Timber and Twilight at least got to know each other for a bit (ie 2 days), it wouldn\'t seem that bad, but the fact Timber resorts immediately to flirting, seems at least quite unprofessional.
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Also, as a camp counselor(this seems Timber's function), Timber has a particular focus on Twilight's safety.
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Also, as a camp counselor(this seems Timber\'s function), Timber has a particular focus on Twilight\'s safety.
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I mean, if you were in Timber's place(and age, being camp counselor, an a camper(relatively close to your age) caught your eye, would you start immediately flirting with them, and literally in the first conversation with them?
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I mean, if you were in Timber\'s place(and age, being camp counselor, an a camper(relatively close to your age) caught your eye, would you start immediately flirting with them, and literally in the first conversation with them?
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Again, it's a mistake on the writers part while writing this romance, but again, so is a lot of other examples(maybe even half or more in fact) of unfortunate implications.
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Again, it\'s a mistake on the writers part while writing this romance, but again, so is a lot of other examples(maybe even half or more in fact) of unfortunate implications.
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Well, I do think the authority bit, is at least a bit problematic, especially how the writers presented it. It isn't shown that Timber and Twilight just started to like each other enough for some time after their first meeting, enough for Timber to start to flirt with Twilight.
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Well, I do think the authority bit, is at least a bit problematic, especially how the writers presented it. It isn\'t shown that Timber and Twilight just started to like each other enough for some time after their first meeting, enough for Timber to start to flirt with Twilight.
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No, '''literally''' the first thing Timber does when he interacts with Twilight for the first time, is flirting with Twilight, who he knows that as a camper, is under his care. The way it is presented, makes at least seem to viewer he already approached Twilight, to flirt with her.
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No, \'\'\'literally\'\'\' the first thing Timber does when he interacts with Twilight for the first time, is flirting with Twilight, who he knows that as a camper, is under his care. The way it is presented, makes at least seem to viewer he already approached Twilight, to flirt with her.
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Again, if Timber and Twilight at least got to know each other for a bit (ie 2 days), it wouldn't seem that bad, but the fact Timber resort immediately to flirting, seems at least very unprofessional.
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Again, if Timber and Twilight at least got to know each other for a bit (ie 2 days), it wouldn\'t seem that bad, but the fact Timber resorts immediately to flirting, seems at least quite unprofessional.
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Also, as a camp counselor(this seems Timber's function), Timber has a particular focus on Twilight's safety.
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Also, as a camp counselor(this seems Timber\'s function), Timber has a particular focus on Twilight\'s safety.
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I mean, if you were in Timber's place(and age, being camp counselor, an a camper(relatively close to your age) caught your eye, would you start immediately flirting with them, and literally in the first conversation with them?
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I mean, if you were in Timber\'s place(and age, being camp counselor, an a camper(relatively close to your age) caught your eye, would you start immediately flirting with them, and literally in the first conversation with them?
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Again, it's a mistake on the writers part while writing this romance, but again, so is a lot of other examples(maybe even half or more in fact) of unfortunate implications.
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Again, it\'s a mistake on the writers part while writing this romance, but again, so is a lot of other examples(maybe even half or more in fact) of unfortunate implications.
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Well, I do think the authority bit, is at least a bit problematic, especially how the writers presented it. It isn't shown that Timber and Twilight just started to like each other enough for some time after their first meeting, enough for Timber to start to flirt with Twilight.
to:
Well, I do think the authority bit, is at least a bit problematic, especially how the writers presented it. It isn\'t shown that Timber and Twilight just started to like each other enough for some time after their first meeting, enough for Timber to start to flirt with Twilight.
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No, '''literally''' the first thing Timber does when he interacts with Twilight for the first time, is flirting with Twilight, who he knows that as a camper, is under his care. The way it is presented, makes at least seem to viewer he already approached Twilight, to flirt with her.
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No, \'\'\'literally\'\'\' the first thing Timber does when he interacts with Twilight for the first time, is flirting with Twilight, who he knows that as a camper, is under his care. The way it is presented, makes at least seem to viewer he already approached Twilight, to flirt with her.
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Again, if Timber and Twilight at least got to know each other for a bit (ie 2 days), it wouldn't seem that bad, but the fact Timber resort immediately to flirting, seems at least very unprofessional.
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Again, if Timber and Twilight at least got to know each other for a bit (ie 2 days), it wouldn\'t seem that bad, but the fact Timber resort immediately to flirting, seems at least very unprofessional.
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Also, as a camp counselor(this seems Timber's function), Timber has a particular focus on Twilight's safety.
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Also, as a camp counselor(this seems Timber\'s function), Timber has a particular focus on Twilight\'s safety.
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I mean, if you were in Timber's place(and age, being camp counselor, an a camper(relatively close to your age) caught your eye, would you start immediately flirting with them, and literally in the first conversation with them?
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I mean, if you were in Timber\'s place(and age, being camp counselor, an a camper(relatively close to your age) caught your eye, would you start immediately flirting with them, and literally in the first conversation with them?
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Again, it's a mistakeon the writers part while writing this romance, but again, so is a lot of other examples(maybe even half or more in fact) of unfortunate implications.
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Again, it\'s a mistake on the writers part while writing this romance, but again, so is a lot of other examples(maybe even half or more in fact) of unfortunate implications.
Changed line(s) 1 from:
Well, I do think the authority bit, is at least a bit problematic, especially how the writers presented it. It isn't shown that Timber and Twilight just started to like each other enough some time first meeting, enough for Timber to start to flirt with Twilight.
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Well, I do think the authority bit, is at least a bit problematic, especially how the writers presented it. It isn\'t shown that Timber and Twilight just started to like each other enough for some time after their first meeting, enough for Timber to start to flirt with Twilight.
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No, literally the first thing Timber he interacts with Twilight for the first time, is flirting with Twilight, who he knows that as a camper, is under his care. The way it is presented, makes at least seem to viewer he already approached Twilight, to flirt with her.
to:
No, \'\'\'literally\'\'\' the first thing Timber does when he interacts with Twilight for the first time, is flirting with Twilight, who he knows that as a camper, is under his care. The way it is presented, makes at least seem to viewer he already approached Twilight, to flirt with her.
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Again, if Timber and Twilight at least got to know each other for a bit (ie 2 days), it wouldn't seem that bad, but the fact Timber resort immediately to flirting, seems at least very unprofessional.
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Again, if Timber and Twilight at least got to know each other for a bit (ie 2 days), it wouldn\'t seem that bad, but the fact Timber resort immediately to flirting, seems at least very unprofessional.
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Also, as a camp counselor(this seems Timber's function), Timber has a particular focus of Twilight's safety.
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Also, as a camp counselor(this seems Timber\'s function), Timber has a particular focus on Twilight\'s safety.
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I mean, if you were in Timber's place(and age, being camp counselor, an a camper(relatively close to your age) caught your eye, would you start immediately flirting with them, and literally in the first conversation with them?
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I mean, if you were in Timber\'s place(and age, being camp counselor, an a camper(relatively close to your age) caught your eye, would you start immediately flirting with them, and literally in the first conversation with them?
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Again, such behavior paint unintentionally Timber as already approaching Twilight from the very start with the intent of charming her, which seeing his position, seems like at least somewhat abusing it.
And make Timber seem a bit like a womanizer using his position, but I think YMMV on that one.
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As I wrote above, such behavior paints unintentionally Timber as already approaching Twilight from the very start with the intent of charming her, which seeing his position, seems like at least somewhat abusing it.
And makes Timber seem a bit like a womanizer using his position, but I think YMMV on that one.
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Again, it's a mistake the writers part while writing this romance, but again, so is a lot of other examples(maybe even half or more in fact) of unfortunate implications.
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Again, it\'s a mistakeon the writers part while writing this romance, but again, so is a lot of other examples(maybe even half or more in fact) of unfortunate implications.
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