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Some believe this to be bad or incomplete advice for effectively dealing with trolls.
Such usage goes against the ordinary meaning of troll in multiple ways.
In Korean, nak-si (낚시) means "fishing", refers to Internet trolling attempts, as well as purposefully misleading post titles.
A person who recognizes the troll after having responded (or, in case of a post title nak-si, having read the actual post) would often refer to himself as a caught fish.
The noun troll usually referred to an act of trolling – or to the resulting discussion – rather than to the author, though some posts punned on the dual meaning of troll.; literally: 'white eye'), which can be straightforwardly explained as "eyes without pupils", in the sense that whilst the pupil of the eye is used for vision, the white section of the eye cannot see, and trolling involves blindly talking nonsense over the Internet, having total disregard to sensitivities or being oblivious to the situation at hand, akin to having eyes without pupils.
An alternative term is bái làn (Chinese: ; literally: 'white rot'), which describes a post completely nonsensical and full of folly made to upset others, and derives from a Taiwanese slang term for the male genitalia, where genitalia that is pale white in colour represents that someone is young, and thus foolish.
Both terms originate from Taiwan, and are also used in Hong Kong and mainland China.
The terms are explained by an adage or popular saying: "Arguing with fulano (i.e., John Doe) is the same as playing chess with a pigeon: it defecates on the table, drops the pieces and simply flies off, claiming victory." In Thai, the term krian (เกรียน) has been adopted to address Internet trolls.Communi Tree was begun in 1978 but was closed in 1982 when accessed by high school teenagers, becoming a ground for trashing and abuse.