Jingle trolls, jingle trolls, jingle all the way.
How can Ken M be so misinformed so often? The world may never know. (via Horsey Surprise.)
“I wrote the article.”
Certains parents sont des maîtres dans l’art du trolling.
Shane Koyczan has delivered a masterful takedown of online bullying.
Don’t you just love trolling? I know these guys do.
This is definitely a page-turner.
You want some ice for that burn?
The most magnanimous way to deal with internet hate you’ve ever seen. This post contains abusive language.
Thicke’s Q&A session was flooded with questions about his treatment of women, but the response was simply: “What controversy? Hahaha.”
VH1 tweeted Monday night to submit questions for singer Robin Thicke using the hashtag #AskThicke. People on Twitter took the opportunity to question his treatment of women.
Mischief Managed. (Beware of spoilers!)
The king of cable news has still got it.
“Crying At Job Interview” flavored chips. “Stagnant Tomb Air” tortillas.
And that’s why you can’t always trust a message that’s 140 characters.
Or maybe I’m just a pervert.
She was so unhappy about it that she called Jay Leno an asshole — twice.
Once it’s said on the internet, it’s there forever.
Once upon a time, a tagger trolled the hell out of a city’s municipal workers.
Proving once and for all that it’s not the size of the sign that matters, but how you use it. Hat tip to Reddit user modestproposal81 for snapping the pic!
He’s been at this while. Today he came out against vaccines.
Hopefully this will make people think twice before being hateful on the Internet.
Yeah, good luck with this. Being obnoxious on the Internet may soon cease to be a fundamental right in Arizona, where lawmakers approved a measure that effectively makes trolling illegal.
And he’s just as horrible IRL! On Monday’s episode of “Panorama” on the BBC, reporter Declan Lawn tracked down Darren Burton, aka “Nimrod Severn,” a notorious RIP Troll known for leaving offensive comments on Facebook memorial pages that were set up to honor people who have passed away. Here’s what happened when the two men met face-to-face. (via Gizmodo)
Mee-wow! On Reddit, frackyou writes, “So my little cousin posted on Facebook that he was bored and gave everyone his new phone number.” Maximum trolling ensued.
This guy wins, whether or not he can spell anything. As some pretext, this was from an actual spelling bee one competition below the Nationals and the partipant said he, along with other students, had a very hard time hearing the judges because the speakers were pointed towards the audience.