By Elysia Starr
The internet is a wonderful place, blossoming with potential, international inside jokes, and rainbows spurting from cartoon cats’ anuses. But the World Wide Web is not just a place for click–happy spiders. A good portion of that which is found amongst 34 million–plus Google results should never have the chance to be so influential.
One concept that has been enthusiastically accepted is “trolling,” an internet trend of acting as obnoxious as possible. Though this can sometimes be amusing, limits have been pressed as trolling has evolved into more than just an insensitive pastime.