When I asked for your worst (but really best) stories about trolls, I didn’t expect so many stories from trolls. But here we have it: 23 hand-picked stories from your amusing trolling and being-trolled experiences. Suffice it to say that I’ve decided to unplug from the Internet now.
Well, it’s 2015 and here’s some sexist bullshit posters talking down on GM CEO Mary Barra outside the New York Auto Show.
Ever been to an auto show, sat behind the wheel of a car and noticed that shift knobs or radio controls were missing? Sometimes automakers take them out because people steal them. Not all thieves are bold enough to post their exploits online, though.
Early this week we told you about the Twitter troll who got his comeuppance when boxer Curtis Woodhouse decided to track him down and confront him about his online habits. He quickly changed his tune when shit got real and apologized. End of story?
The debate over how far you can drive in an electric car is one that will likely take years to resolve, if ever. Think of it as a modern day equivalent of the '60s horsepower wars, or the U.S.-Soviet nuclear arms race — only not that badass.
There's an important lesson in this story. The story itself may seem trivial, but the moral of it is timeless and vastly important. It starts, like so many stories do, with a pretty girl. And ends with a stain.
Online forums give fans the opportunity to mouth off about athletes without fear of repercussions... unless the targeted athlete sees it and makes you look foolish. The chronology of a legendary online beatdown from champion racer Jason Plato below.
Demonstrating the kind of financial savvy that keeps "gold investment" firms in business, a poster at Bimmer Forums wants his 5-series repossessed so he can buy the M3 he wants. It's brilliant/awful and doesn't even appear to be a troll!