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    How can you know if anyone here is trolling or not? You can't really know for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phobik View Post
    Or INFJs.

    What's that supposed to mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GarrotTheThief View Post
    Do you know that if you poor water on a troll it just grows bigger and bigger? No joke.
    I need to watch that again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evee View Post
    How can you know if anyone here is trolling or not? You can't really know for sure.
    The definitions do seem to account for intention. So it is hard to tell for sure.

    But generally, trolls lie, exaggerate, misrepresent, and often even openly enjoy the chaos and disruption they create. When you see these behaviors, they are evidence of trolling.

    I think there are behaviors that are somewhat similar to trolling, but are not. They include things like:

    1) Playing Devil's advocate.
    2) Trying to create cognitive dissonance. (A necessary thing to change a person's mind in a rational way.)
    3) Pointing out injustices by authorities.
    4) Just kidding around.

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    I met a girl who wore an oversized sweater and tangled black hair, years back, who, while wandering through an alley blanketed by colored leaves, murmured something that permanently altered my path in life. "Tim," her fingers probed and curled around mine in my coat pocket as she leaned in, "truth is a lie."

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    Fine line between discussion provocateur and a little weasel that needs to be drowned in a burlap sack.
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    Each thought's completely warped
    I'm like a walkin', talkin', ouija board.
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    Oh, I was also wondering if crazy people off their meds blathering about God knows what are trolls? There's been one or two on this forum recently.
    I've had this ice cream bar, since I was a child!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cm81 View Post
    What's that supposed to mean?
    Nice try.
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    Parasite would be a better term me thinks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    if we think of a troll as someone under the bridge that makes sense. one person comes and pokes the troll with the stick, and angers the troll, but it is the person with the stick's fault but they don't get in trouble cuz they look normal in society, while the troll is the one who gets punished. because people are racists against creatures living under the bridge. and maybe the troll wouldn't be an issue if the people with the sticks would get their eyes jabbed out.
    To me, a troll is someone who gets angry when the other person asks a question, wishes him a good day, or simply passes by, whistling a happy tune.
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