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How do you troll a friend?
Using your altered voice, prank call your friend as a joke.
- For example, call your friend pretending to be from a credit card company or collections agency.
- Confess it’s you before your friend gets too upset, however. Trolling should be lighthearted and you don’t want to truly upset your friend.
What are examples of trolling?
An Example of Trolling: Entering an online discussion on astronomy and insisting that the earth is flat in order to provoke an emotional and verbal response from community members. This may be a relatively tame example,but the intent is still to disrupt and incite outrage.
Can you get in trouble for trolling?
Trolling is not a crime under federal law. But under the laws of many states, harassment, stalking, and/or bullying are illegal. For more information, see Cyberbullying Laws by State.
Trolls are people who leave intentionally provocative or offensive messages on the internet in order to get attention, cause trouble or upset someone.
Who is the best troll?
8 of the greatest internet trolls of all time
- DM Pranks. DM Pranks is one of the most popular channels in the YouTube prank community.
- 2. Lee Dawson.
- Trisha Patyas.
- Christine Sydelko.
- Anne Harrison.
- KT Nelson.
- Ken M.
Why is trolling so fun?
Trolls exhibit psychopath traits. Psychopathy is broadly defined as a lack of empathy or feeling for others, an inability to feel guilt, and an ability to manipulate through charm. Other than in the movies, most psychopaths are not violent. That may explain why psychopaths find trolling so enjoyable.
How do you tell if someone is trolling you?
Trolls will frequently try to attack something you have revealed you like or are in favor of. If someone is trying to insult your tastes directly, or if they’re generally bashing the topic of a forum or post, you probably have a troll on your hands. Another way to spot a troll is by their persistence.
How do you deal with trolls in real life?
9 tips for handling trolls on social media
- Establish a policy. Most social networks have community policies for ‘being respectful’.
- Ignore them.
- Respond with facts.
- Diffuse with humor.
- Block or ban them.
- Correct mistakes.
- Don’t be baited.
- Don’t delete their posts.
Can you go to jail for Internet trolling?
Internet trolls could face two years in prison for posting content on social media that causes “psychological harm”, reports claim. But the Department for Culture, Media & Sport are considering to accept recommendations from the Law Commission for crimes to be based on “likely psychological harm”.
Why do people troll?
They want to promote antipathetic emotions of disgust and outrage, which morbidly gives them a sense of pleasure.” Someone who brings something off topic into the conversation in order to make that person mad is trolling. The practice of trolling has been documented by a number of academics as early as the 1990s.
How do you fight trolls?
How to Fight Trolls
- 1) Do Nothing. If you find yourself subject to an internet troll, you can just ignore them, especially if they have nothing valuable to add (or are posting something completely irrelevant).
- 2) Rely on Your Army.
- 3) Fight Fire With Fire.
- 4) Block Comments.
- 5) Delete Comments.
How do you deal with trolls?
5 tips for dealing with trolls
- Starve them. It’s totally understandable to want to wage a war on trolls with your keyboard, but trolls thrive on others’ anger, frustration and annoyance.
- Record it. Take a screenshot so that you have a record of the original post.
- Stand up for yourself.
- Log off.
- Tell someone you trust.