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Tip No. __: have a pair of glasses handy, so that if you ever need to pretend like you’re reading something on your phone while someone is trying to talk to you or give you some unwanted attention, the glasses can be an excuse and will hopefully diffuse the situation.
New paragraph: Tip no. 13: always carry around pepper spray with you when walking home alone at night in case a man jumps out from behind bushes and tries to hurt/scare/assault/rape (fill-in-the-blank) you.”
The best way we’ve found for handling trolls?
Tip #15: Never get too attached to a name. Troll names are always changing so don’t be upset if your favorite troll changes it’s name because of you!
Tip #14: Make sure the name is easy for others to remember. It may seem like very little, but one key difference can make all the difference in the world when people try and find out what your username is later on down the road.
Tip #13: Don’t over think it. Just pick something that sounds cool or funny and go with that! If you need inspiration then check out some other popular trolls’ usernames or ask someone close to you their opinion; as long as they’re not trying to sabotage your creativity so that they can get more views!
Tip #12: Spend your time wisely. The best thing to do is come up with a list of names you like and then go through them and cross off anything that might be too similar or just doesn’t sound quite right anymore. It may seem tedious, but this will make it so much easier for the person who has to deal with typing out those pesky usernames when things are getting chaotic on social media (or in the comment section).
Tip #11: Don’t take bait from other people’s trolls, because no one likes having their favorite username taken away by another troll. They’ll know what you’re doing anyway once they see how many different names you give yourself.
Tip #11: Avoid using common words in your troll name. You may get lucky the first time, but there’s a good chance someone will be able to guess that you’re trolling sooner or later if they have any clue what they are doing.
Tip #14: Use puns! It might seem like an old cliché at this point, but it can still work and keep people guessing on just who is behind those hilarious comments. Plus, with all of these new trolls coming out every day now thanks to social media apps like Twitter (oh no!), you never know when one could slip through the cracks because everyone was too busy laughing at another clever play on words than paying attention to checking the username for anyone else
“When creating a troll name, there are two things that you should always do.”
– “First and foremost, your username should be creative. It needs to have some flavor behind it! There’s no point in having the same username as all of your friends!”
– “Second: DO NOT EVER pick an embarrassing URL
– “Finally..Congratulations on mastering trolls names!”
The article starts with 15 proven tips for mastering troll names. They advise following these tips closely in order to avoid being insulted by someone who trolls online: make your name very long and unpronounceable so that other users can’t tell what word you’re using; replace all vowels with numbers
Use a pseudonym if you are worried about the safety of your personal information.
Remember to capitalize all letters in your troll name, so it’s easier for others to find you.
Don’t include any identifying markers that could lead back to you like images or quotes from other people.
Create an email address and social media account specifically for this purpose (and make sure they’re both anonymous). If possible, these should be made with throwaway accounts which can then be deleted afterwards.
Follow conversations closely on Twitter and Reddit by using RSS feeds or following keywords related to what interests you such as #feminism or #arthistory . The best way is through push notifications when new content emerges relevant to your interests.
Engage with the trolls and respond to them, even if you don’t have anything nice or new to say. When they see that their message has been received it will often encourage them into responding again with additional messages of their own in order to “win” the conversation. This is a good time for you to be as unkind as possible without revealing yourself – there’s no need for brevity here! If you can do this while maintaining an air of kindness then so much the better – but remember what really matters is getting people talking about something else other than how great someone else is (you)
Maintain anonymity at all costs by trying not to reveal any personal information like where you live or
Be a troll yourself
Make the name as weird or complex as you can
Use words that are not in common usage, especially if they have an unfamiliar meaning. This will cause additional frustration for people who try to guess what your username means and encourage them to stay far away from it. If someone does figure out what it is, ask them how they did because this might help you determine whether this person knows about trolls and should be blocked. For example: “I see right through all of those flimsy lies” would indicate awareness of abuse patterns while also sounding confusingly similar to the word “psyche” which is usually used in the context of psychology. Use an emote as your name, such as ‘thumbs up’ or ‘-fist bump’. These are a common form of trolling on certain sites like Reddit and Facebook. It’s important to note that these names must be spelled properly so you don’t end up with something odd like “Thmbs Up“. This also helps if someone wants to search for your username without being able to read what it says because they will just see emoticons instead. Keep in mind though that this will only work on forums where people have been banned before for posting inappropriate content; newer users may not know how to interpret –fistbump! You’ll need