Dating internet send thread
Big brands on Facebook, celebrities on Twitter and Tumblr teens with lots of followers face trolling every day.
Unfortunately, as the web becomes more social and people can access social sites wherever they are from their smartphones, trolling (and even cyberbullying) will continue to be a problem.
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.
You'll often also find them leaving long threads or arguments with other commenters in community comment sections, and they're always determined to have the last word – continuing to comment until that other user gives up. They're the people who always have to tell other users that they have misspelled words and grammar mistakes.
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.
They love to have long discussions and write lots of paragraphs about whatever they know, whether anyone reads it or not.
The mythological troll is known to be an ugly, dirty, angry creature that lives in dark places, like caves or underneath bridges, waiting to snatch up anything that passed by for a quick meal.