Dating internet send thread
What makes trolling so easy is that anyone can do it, and it can be done from a safe, isolated place as opposed to interacting with others in person.
Trolls can hide behind their shiny computers, screen names and avatars when the go out trolling for trouble, and after they’re all done, they can carry on with their real lives without facing any real consequences. Try not to take anything personally and remind yourself that their bad behavior does not change who you are.
In many cases, this type of trolling can become so severe that it can lead to or be considered a serious form of cyberbullying. They can take a great, thoroughly researched and fact-based piece of content, and come at it from all opposing discussion angles to challenge its message.
They believe they're right, and everyone else is wrong.
And they don't even really have to have a reason to hate or insult someone.
These types of trolls will often pick on everyone and anyone – calling them names, accusing them of certain things, doing anything they can to get a negative emotional response from them – just because they can.
Every internet troll has a different backstory and therefore different reasons for feeling the need to troll a community or an individual on the internet.
They may feel depressed, attention-starved, angry, sad, jealous, narcissistic or some other emotion they may not be entirely conscious of that's influencing their online behavior.
Even when they do it by simply commenting with the corrected word behind an asterisk symbol, it's pretty much never a welcomed comment to any discussion.This isn't by any means a complete list of all the different types of trolls out there, but they're most certainly some of the most common types you'll often come across in active online communities.