The (final) definition of a "troll"

Started Apr 27, 2012 | Discussions thread
Trevor G
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Re: The (final) definition of a "troll"
In reply to CloudyBay43, Apr 27, 2012

CloudyBay43 wrote:

Im sick and tired of this term, really .. And i do not understand it well enough.. Without a references to wiki, can someone start this reply, pls. Keep it short and avoid discussing my (troll?) personality, if you can

The term troll, as used in dpreview forums, simply means someone with whom you do not agree.

It is a childish, immature term, akin to "bully," in its original meaning or intended usage.

It's like one kid in the playground saying to another in a whiny voice, "You're a bully!"

So? Is that going to change anything?

If you have to identify someone as a bully (meaning you don't know how to handle them) you have already lost the game.

This just happens to be the second thread of yours that I have opened and it appears that you are trying to draw attention to yourself. Chasing up some website hits, perhaps?

There is a place for Off Topic threads...

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Trevor G

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