Online dating troll drawing toy
It referred to use of "...decoys, with the mission of drawing..away..." Commonly, what is meant is a relatively gentle inside joke by veteran users, presenting questions or topics that had been so overdone that only a new user would respond to them earnestly.For example, a veteran of the group might make a post on the common misconception that glass flows over time.Long-time readers would both recognize the poster's name and know that the topic had been discussed repeatedly, but new subscribers to the group would not realize, and would thus respond.These types of trolls served as a practice to identify group insiders.Communi Tree was begun in 1978 but was closed in 1982 when accessed by high school teenagers, becoming a ground for trashing and abuse.
The English noun "troll" in the standard sense of ugly dwarf or giant dates to 1610 and comes from the Old Norse word "troll" meaning giant or demon.
In Korean, nak-si (낚시) means "fishing", and is used to refer 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.
whereas trawling describes the generally commercial act of dragging a fishing net.
Early non-Internet slang use of "trolling" can be found in the military: by 1972 the term "trolling for Mi Gs" was documented in use by US Navy pilots in Vietnam.
This seems to be originated from university slang ala væda (අල වැඩ) which means "Potato business" is used for breaking the laws/codes of the university.