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    It's strange that you feel you can diagnose butthurt but others can't diagnose troll.

    Why is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurie View Post
    It's strange that you feel you can diagnose butthurt but others can't diagnose troll.

    Why is that?
    because i know what i'm talking about, ask @CzeCze

    and I never ever disagreed with any of the definitions for troll in the thread.

    I'm ask why, not what
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurie View Post
    It's strange that you feel you can diagnose butthurt but others can't diagnose troll.

    Why is that?
    Agreed. I've been thinking about this thread and I've concluded that it's probably easy for a cynic to confuse "butthurt" for a strong sense of fair play.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurie View Post
    It's strange that you feel you can diagnose butthurt but others can't diagnose troll.

    Why is that?
    Trolling is a art. Good trolls ar'nt obvious.
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    if you could read my mind, you would realize you're way off base.
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    People have answered the question you asked. Or did you mean something else?

    It can be a form of control the way any label is used.

    My point was the question of you labeling someone's feelings in a rude way ("butthurt") but being confused why someone might label someone acting like a "troll"

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    I don't know, I think people just ostracize what they aren't comfortable with. Online the term is troll. In school it was geek. In college it's creep. Who know what it will be 10 years from now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by xisnotx View Post
    I don't know, I think people just ostracize what they aren't comfortable with. Online the term is troll. In school it was geek. In college it's creep. Who know what it will be 10 years from now...
    i vote zombie's vagina
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    when they express an unpopular opinion and people disagree. what is the mechanism behind this. I've seen it happen more than once and it seems to happen more with a certain type, which i'm not going to mention but if you can guess you get nothing but maybe a cookie. I'm really curious as to why people do this.
    There is a phenomenon I've noticed that people will create externally whatever their internal world drives them to believe about reality. People who feel persecuted because of past experiences or because of being instilled with the idea of being victimized, will continually recreate these scenarios externally. I don't feel angry or disrespect for it, but I do realize that the underlying cause is likely coming from some place not immediate visible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fia View Post
    There is a phenomenon I've noticed that people will create externally whatever their internal world drives them to believe about reality. People who feel persecuted because of past experiences or because of being instilled with the idea of being victimized, will continually recreate these scenarios externally. I don't feel angry or disrespect for it, but I do realize that the underlying cause is likely coming from some place not immediate visible.
    first person to actually correctly comprehend the question
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