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    I find it VERY VERY difficult to come on the Internet and not cause trouble. I've been called a troll many times. I dont know why I do it... well actually thats a lie I do it out of boredom and for entertainment but I really want to stop. I find it hard to understand how some people come online and act normal and nice, when they have all thiw freedom to say what they want.

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    maybe because they want to make friends online?? being a troll is quite isolating, socially.
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    You can do both. You need to balance it out.
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    Because this site is actually quite enjoyable for general discussions/debate and doing something productive when you have no other motive... which for me is about 80% of the time.
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    Bring a troll gets kinda boring after a while.
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    At least this isn't Facebook or twitter
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    people wont take you seriously if you troll all the time, this can be particularly fatal on this website.
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    (Original post by dire wolf)
    maybe because they want to make friends online?? being a troll is quite isolating, socially.
    yeah but I have real friends I don't really care about the people on here and whether they dislike me it makes no difference to me atall. I guess it would bother someone who had no real friends. I think I particularly enjoy annoying TSR people because they are very ignorant and snobbish and so bot like in terms of the way they think, and honestly believe them having tripple A* or whatever makes them a cut above the rest, and anyone who doesn't go to Oxford or gets an A* is doomed.

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    (Original post by Ana81)
    yeah but I have real friends I don't really care about the people on here and whether they dislike me it makes no difference to me atall. I guess it would bother someone who had no real friends. I think I particularly enjoy annoying TSR people because they are very ignorant and snobbish and so bot like in terms of the way they think, and honestly believe them having tripple A* or whatever makes them a cut above the rest, and anyone who doesn't go to Oxford or gets an A* is doomed.

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    ? doesn't really follow

    anyway.. fine. if you dislike us all so much, why are you bothering to explain to us why you post in the way that you do?!? you seem to want to have you kace and eat it too.
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    You don't have to be nice to people if you don't want to, do whatever you want

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    (Original post by dire wolf)
    ? doesn't really follow

    anyway.. fine. if you dislike us all so much, why are you bothering to explain to us why you post in the way that you do?!? you seem to want to have you kace and eat it too.
    little pig

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    (Original post by Ana81)
    little pig

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    you're a bit confused, aren't ya!!
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    Not sure how 'Oxbridge' (Oxford) has already featured in this thread.

    Oxbridge seems to be a universal obsession on TSR.
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    (Original post by dire wolf)
    <~ writes paragraph
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    you're a bit confused, aren't ya!!
    Atleast I'm not confused about the correct spelling of "cake"

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    (Original post by Ana81)
    Atleast I'm not confused about the correct spelling of "cake"

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    <= complains about tsr users being elitist (pseudo?) academics
    •••> is grammar natzi
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    (Original post by dire wolf)
    <= complains about tsr users being elitist (pseudo?) academics
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    You need to stop bothering her. I don't get why people pick on others. If she is annoying, ignore her don't feed into it fanning the flame like come on. Going in a back and forth makes you both look quite silly, from afar and up close. Juzz sayin.
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    (Original post by MissAce)
    You need to stop bothering her. I don't get why people pick on others. If she is annoying, ignore her don't feed into it fanning the flame like come on. Going in a back and forth makes you both look quite silly, from afar and up close. Juzz sayin.
    whos getting picked on? we were having a back and forth argument (before he got childish). sry 4 looking silly tho.
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    (Original post by dire wolf)
    whos getting picked on? we were having a back and forth argument (before he got childish). sry 4 looking silly tho.
    Speak English or ****off.

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      That was a riveting tale.
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      (Original post by Maid Marian)
      That was a riveting tale.
      you can relate, i'm sure
     
     
     
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