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    In ascending order, these are the three people I believe are the biggest trolls in the media, whether it be for humorous purposes, offensive, or both:

    3. Sacha Baron Cohen (Ali G/Borat/Brüno)



    2. Nick Griffin (BNP leader)



    1. George W. Bush (former USA President)



    - I gave Bush the number 1 spot because he actually managed to fool the whole world into thinking al-Qaeda was responsible for 9/11 - trolololololol!

    Who do you believe is biggest troll in the media?
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    I think this thread actually killed some of my brain cells.
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    What about Ali G? He was always ****ing things up for famous people
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    (Original post by CJM13)
    I think this thread actually killed some of my brain cells.
    Psh... Like you had any to begin with
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    (Original post by Zangoose)
    In ascending order, these are the three people I believe are the biggest trolls in the media, whether it be for humorous purposes, offensive, or both:

    3. Sacha Baron Cohen (Ali G/Borat/Brüno)



    2. Nick Griffin (BNP leader)



    1. George W. Bush (former USA President)



    - I gave Bush the number 1 spot because he actually managed to fool the whole world into thinking al-Qaeda was responsible for 9/11 - trolololololol!

    Who do you believe is biggest troll in the media?
    didn't they admit to this...
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    (Original post by zangoose)
    in ascending order, these are the three people i believe are the biggest trolls in the media, whether it be for humorous purposes, offensive, or both:

    3. Sacha baron cohen (ali g/borat/brüno)



    2. Nick griffin (bnp leader)



    1. George w. Bush (former usa president)



    - i gave bush the number 1 spot because he actually managed to fool the whole world into thinking al-qaeda was responsible for 9/11 - trolololololol!

    Who do you believe is biggest troll in the media?
    vermin supreme
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    (Original post by + polarity -)
    What about Ali G? He was always ****ing things up for famous people
    Haha irony
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    Fox News.
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    :bump:!!!
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    Richard Littlejohn, Kelvin MacKenzie, Bill O'Reilly, Frankie Boyle...
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    You missed out David Starkey are last nights BBC Question Time. However he genuinely believe what he said and to be honest I agreed with most of it.
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    (Original post by The Phelps)
    You missed out David Starkey are last nights BBC Question Time. However he genuinely believe what he said and to be honest I agreed with most of it.
    I think Starkey's biggest problem is that he's so arrogant and his points get lost in him getting carried away. I don't think he's intentionally a troll.
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    Cher Lloyd.
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    The Daily Mail, for sure!
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    (Original post by The Phelps)
    You missed out David Starkey are last nights BBC Question Time. However he genuinely believe what he said and to be honest I agreed with most of it.
    The article regarding what you just said can be read here and I agree, that guy does have a knack for trolling others with his insults!
    You have to admit, some of them are quite funny.
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