Trolls are normally over-sized, human/humanoid creatures. They are basic, and often unintelligent. Most are over weight due to there ability to kill and eat almost any kind of animal.
Or at least, that's what I think
In Internet slang, a troll is a person who makes posts for the express purpose of baiting people into emotional and argumentative situations. When you see someone type the message "don't feed the trolls" it means don't respond to posts which are clearly for the purposes of making people angry as then you are only giving the troll the attention they so desperately crave. If ignored and reported to admin, they soon go away.
According to Scandinavian folklore,a troll is a supernatural being, such as a giant or a dwarf, living in a cave.
by Cecilia33 hours ago
I think not. See you're not talking to me. (must be something I ate!)
by Erick Hernandez3 months ago
I went to college, but failed. I went to ITT Tech, but failed. I'm asking a simple question: Is college a requirement for success in the modern world?
by Dean Traylor9 months ago
Hey Hubbers, Do you think it's time to troll the spammers?If they're going to flood the Q&A section, we might as well have some fun at their expenses. Leave a little message...or a few. And if you don't do it...
by mythbuster7 years ago
Okay, so this isn't intended to be a very serious topic/thread.Go ahead and express your opinion about forum trolls:(lookit all this space that needs to be filled)
by Grace Marguerite Williams8 days ago
To analytical & intelligent thinkers out there, what are your thoughts when you seeparents with ten or more children?
by china man8 years ago
There are some irritating entities in the forums who seem to get into good threads trying to start pointless arguments with pointless questions or are just plain rude for no reason. I have seen reference to trolls...
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