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Just learned that unicode U+14269 is the "troll" unicode character. I feel like this should be used more.2
God is a Civil Engineer, a troll, and has a twisted sense of humor.
Why else would He put a sewage line through a recreational area?
I think if I was doing the design, I might go the same way. Sorry, not sorry.4
Today I trolled my Italian dev colegue by telling him that I like to listen to creepypasta but I wrote the word like this: "creepy pasta" he typed for 10 minutes but only sent the following:
"Your... listening to pasta Barilla ... ?"
I hope to troll him more in the future.4
Does anyone know of some project that makes emoji render as emoticons (:D) or text (:troll:)? I would find something like that useful because emoticons look better than emoji and many emoji are so obscure that I find myself pixel peeping when I try to comprehend what they are trying to represent. Sometimes there's no other way to find out what an emoji is supposed to represent than copy-pasting it to a search engine. Very convenient.
I'm interested if anyone knows how to achieve this on any platform.8
Story so far: Troll is trolling people making a person angry.
Person: You fucking asshole!
Troll: Nah, I'm a virgin.1
Wow, it seems a lot of people on here hate web dev.
It sounds like they dont know what they are doing 😊12
This jobhunting with recruiters is such bullshit. Haha. I'm gonna troll my way away from them fuckwits.1
Partial thoughts, are thoughts that sound like they should have more to them. However they are intentionally left short to create a sense that more is to come. This creates a state of anxiety in people and their desire for closure. The sentence is more effective if you say the last part of the sentence with an increasing pitch. This indicates there is more to the story. When in fact there is no more to the story.
Here is an example:
"I saw this guy walking down the street..."
People will automatically assume there is more to this story. So they will say something like, "And then what?" The response is: "That is it. That is what I saw." This is the peak time of frustration. They may even argue with you or storm away. Be prepared to be called names.
There is actually some history behind this.
Hehe, no, I am not going to leave you high and dry. In high school a dude I knew would always make fun of my friend. So I started doing these partial stories to the dude. He would get mad and storm off each time. I would do this several times per day. So it can be a tactic to deal with difficult people.