Internet Troll: A person whose sole purpose in life is to seek out people to argue with on the internet over extremely trivial issues. Such arguments can happen on blogs, Facebook, Myspace and a host of others. Definition by Urban Dictionary.
On a recent post about a local establishment, a troll posted a comment.
I feel embarrassed for responding. To make matters worse, the argument continued.
The next morning I received an e-mail from him. You can read the words underneath the pic.
Woke up today and realized how shitheaded I was to leave those comments on your blog. Truth be told I thought that it was the Orlando weekly. Not that that’s some excuse, but I actually already found your blog before and I liked it, it’s not something I’d want to shit on but rather something very nice you do that should be supported. Thanks for being a good sport about it, I really need to not use the Internet when I’ve had a night involving three types of liquor. In summary, I’m sorry pal. None of that stuff I wrote was even a little necessary for me to say and keep up the good work.
I’m not mad at the guy for trolling. Trolls attacking my blogs are a good thing. If a blog is shitty, trolls won’t attack it.
What does catch my attention is his confusing this blog with the Orlando Weekly. I really don’t know how to take that.
As for being a “bro”, I think “bro” is in reference to white frat boys. Not “brothas” which references black guys. Yet, as for being a “bro” blog, the occasional booty pic does appear.
Yet, this isn’t really a “bro” blog.
All is forgiven, Steven. Thanx for inspiring another blog.