I. Noun (plural, trolls)
1. A person who posts to annoy, irritate or generally be off topic.
2. Traditionally used as in deploying benign harassment for the purposes of indoctrinating a noob into a message board by establishing the group norms through contrast.
3. In the modern sense, it has come to be synonymous with "a*shole."
II. Verb ('Net slang "to troll")
to offer up bogus statements meant to provoke a fight online
NOT to be confused with TRAWL (fishing term, verb) to drag for, either in fishing or online...
Sam is learning, but he acts as such a troll and stirs up so much controversy on the abortion boards it is a real turnoff to me.
Sam's page got trolled (verb, past tense) by those kids, and it made me crack up because he's so uptight, and they made him look slow and loser-ish by comparison.
(2) To go to a bar or other similar venue, looking for sexual companionship.
(2) Let's go down to Cheers and troll for some poon-tang.
Trolls are usually the ones that are anonymous on many sites so they aren't seen, and then they are able to cause major disruptions to sites.
Post two: WTF, just use the freakin search feature, and you'll find it.
She's nasty but she's a troll.
No, just picked up a bunch of trolls. One guy was using his sleeve as toilet paper.