A new abreviation for laughing on the internet, meaning True Real Out Loud Laughing.
IM Guy 1- Your Mum so fat people jog around her for exercise

IM Guy 2- Hey shutup

IM Guy 3-T.R.O.L.L.!!
de Smegley Weggley 1 août 2009
One who purports to know quantum physics but doesn't seem to realize that he is conversing with people most of whom have actually <em>taken</em> quantum physics and can <em>spell</em> "Pauli Exclusion Principle".
Jeff: All things are not equal nor could they be, ever!
The Polly Exclusion Principle explicitly forbids any item from maintaining two equal states at the same time or two items maintaining one state at the same time. (Quantum Physics)

Kurt: Ladies and gentlemen, we have a troll!
de Adam Bliss 27 mars 2008
Any type of enforcement ex: police man, security gaurd, meter maids, ticket checkers. This is because they both CONtrol and PAtrol their surroundings. Troll can also be a verb.
1) Main street is crawling with trolls this time of night.
2) You better buy a train ticket, they have been trolling lately.
3) I got trolled twice last week.
de Hydrochloricacid 6 octobre 2006
A person who lurks on message boards for the opportunity to advocate his/her agenda. Usually done in a subtle, non-obvious manner so that the advocacy will appear more objective.
You are always overstating the placement statistics of GW Law School. The truth is that most GW Law students are unemployed and hungry. You are nothing more than a GW Troll.
de Tom M 22 décembre 2005
A troll is not difficult to spot in a large crowd. Its most distinct features include an overly large neck, crooked eyes, a terrible memory, and a rather small penis. Trolls generally enjoy dragging around giant club-like objects, such as backpacks and five feet tall women.
Morgan: Oh, I love you, Chase!
Chase: Urrrrrrrrrrrrughghggggg *drags Morgan around*
Morgan: Yay!
de impak7 8 avril 2005
A joke disguised as an outrageously stupid statement or question, intended to trap people into believing it is serious.
Hey, how's my computer able to speak in foreign languages?
de renormr 14 mars 2005
One who makes out under or near bridges, preferably with a random person; see Becky Doyle
Look at those two necking in that park! They are such trolls
de kggg 2 mars 2005

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