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Best Troll Quotes

  • Trolls look for reasons to hate but really what they are mad at is the fact they are not included in anything ever.

    Dane Cook
  • Trolls are slow in the uptake, and mighty suspicious about anything new to them.

    J. R. R. Tolkien
  • Anyone can speak Troll. All you have to do is point and grunt.

    J. K. Rowling
  • When you write an article about anything, trolls use the comments to attack. They feel frustrated – but haters are losers. It’s not good to feed this aspect. It’s more intelligent to be constructive.

    Paulo Coelho
  • Don’t feed the trolls; nothing fuels them so much.

    Oscar Wilde
  • To the trolls on the internet, I want to say: Get your head out of the computer. Go outside and walk around. Look at the people walking next to you. Look at your friends’ friends and who they’re interacting with. And just understand this is the world we live in. It’s okay to like it.

    Michael B. Jordan
  • People are at the mercy of internet trolls who bring people who are excellent in their fields down to their level. They’re diminishing someone’s flame to make theirs brighter.

    David Haye
  • These internet trolls are cowards who are poisoning our national life. No-one would permit such venom in person, so there should be no place for it on social media.

    Chris Grayling
  • To live is to war with trolls.

    Henrik Ibsen
  • The world looks as if it has been left in the custody of trolls.

    Robert Farrar Capon
  • Keep your goals away from the trolls.

    Peter McWilliams
  • I try not to respond to trolls. I’ve learned blocking. If anybody is truly mean to me, or says something arrogant – don’t respond, you’ll only empower them. If you give them anything! So I’ll block ’em. Or, if someone’s annoying, but yet I still kind of like them, I mute them. Because they don’t know! So then, it still looks like we’re connected, but I don’t have to listen.

    Andie MacDowell
  • Look what I’m dealing with, man, I’m dealing with fools and trolls.

    Charlie Sheen
  • The ego is that ugly little troll that lives underneath the bridge between your mind and your heart.

    Gael Greene
  • We should differentiate between criminals who make violent threats online, and trolls who are just arseholes

    Bonnie Greer
  • Trolls simply detest the very sight of dwarves (uncooked).

    J. R. R. Tolkien
  • There’s something behind the decision to choose to lash out at a woman. The answer to how to fix internet trolling is like fixing sexism. How do you do that? I’m of the opinion that discourse helps, that changing people’s minds changes people’s actions. On a more practical level, I do enjoy sassing back at trolls, because I always win, because my job makes me better at arguing. If I can frustrate or embarrass a troll, then that lodges in that person’s brain that trolling me is not a consequence-free hobby.

    Lindy West
  • Everyone wants to look good in photographs, even us trolls who tell jokes.

    Doug Benson
  • No one can ruin shows, but Internet trolls sure can make things miserable.

    Kevin Biegel
  • Magic Sandra’s seen a leprechaun, Eddie touched a troll, Laurie danced with witches once, Charlie found some goblins gold. Donald heard a mermaid sing, Susy spied an elf, But all the magic I have known I’ve had to make myself.

    Shel Silverstein
  • To say I’m an overrated troll, when you have never even seen me guard a bridge, is patently unfair.

    Tina Fey
  • I’ve been trolled lots on Twitter. But I understand trolls for what they are and I don’t let them get to me. They take my bait, so I’m in charge of the discourse.

    Kenneth Goldsmith
  • Im riding a troll! i was born to do this,and steal stuff, and EAT LOADS!

    Eoin Colfer
  • In real life during the last decade of the twentieth century, Rumpelstiltskin would probably get the queen’s daughter. He would no doubt addict her to heroin, turn her out as a prostitute, confiscate her earnings, beat her for pleasure, hack her to pieces, and escape justice by claiming that society’s intolerance for bad-tempered, evil-minded trolls had driven him temporarily insane.

    Dean Koontz
  • Sometimes I look [ on trolls on Twitter], but even one ignorant comment can make me go, “Oh god.”

    Jen Kirkman
  • I think my generation has grown up knowing that you don’t pay attention to trolls because trollin’s what they do.

    Kevin Biegel
  • Simple,’ Tummeler replied.’ Blueberries is one of the great forces o’good in the world.’ How do you figure that?’ said Charles. Well,’ said Tummeler, ‘have you ever seen a troll, or a Wendigo, or,’ he shuddered, ‘a Shadow-Born ever eating a blueberry pie?’ No,’ Charles admitted. There y’go,’ said Tummeler. It’s cause they can’t stand the goodness in it.’ Can’t argue with you there,’ said Charles. Foods is good and evil, just like people, or badgers, or even scowlers.’ Evil food?’ said Charles. Parsnips,’ said Tummeler, ‘Them’s as evil as they come.

    James A. Owen
  • I had a confusing relationship with my Barbies, but I love trolls. I tortured my Barbies.

    Anna Kendrick
  • To live is – to war with trolls In the holds of the heart and mind

    Henrik Ibsen
  • You could kind of be free and expressive but you already knew when you joined the internet, you knew that you should not be a troll. You began to experience the internet through platforms that were themselves controlled by specific companies, technical instruments of those companies, like search and retrieval and ordering and classification.

    Ramesh Srinivasan
  • Don’t go see the movies, I’m a troll. I think the movie was great, but their biggest mistake was me.

    Jennifer Lawrence
  • I’ve been trolled lots. But I understand trolls for what they are and I don’t let them get to me. They take my bait, so I’m in charge of the discourse.

    Kenneth Goldsmith
  • Five trolls in a dra-a-a-a-ag,’ the four-inch man sang from my shoulder. ‘Four purple condoms, three French ticklers, two horny vamps and a succubus in the snow.

    Kim Harrison
  • To live is to war with trolls in heart and woul. To write is to sit in judgement on oneself.

    Henrik Ibsen
  • If you’re making yourself vulnerable in your writing, then they know where to hurt you, which is extra fun. I had to develop coping mechanisms on the fly, and slowly it got better, to the point where now I barely notice. I’m like an old, gnarly turtle now. The interaction with the troll who impersonated my dad made me start to understand who these people are, and I figured out, in a really profound way, that happy people don’t do this. It’s hard to feel afraid of someone when you pity them.

    Lindy West
  • I’ve always loved fairy tales and magic – especially twisting them on their ears and poor trolls have always had such a bad rep.

    Sherrilyn Kenyon
  • It’s poor judgment’, said Grandpa ‘to call anything by a name. We don’t know what a hobgoblin or a vampire or a troll is. Could be lots of things. You can’t heave them into categories with labels and say they’ll act one way or another. That’d be silly. They’re people. People who do things. Yes, that’s the way to put it. People who *do* things.

    Ray Bradbury
  • I put my filter on, though, and I only see things people I follow [on Twitter] write now. So, I don’t even know anymore [ trolls].

    Jen Kirkman
  • only to people!’ shouted Rincewind. He drew his sword and, with a smooth overarm throw, completely failed to hit the troll.

    Terry Pratchett
  • You were safe on a troll. Anyone wanting to mug a troll would have to use a building on a stick.

    Terry Pratchett
  • A nice pickle they were all in now: all neatly tied up in sacks, with three angry trolls (and two with burns and bashes to remember) sitting by them, arguing whether they should roast them slowly, or mince them fine and boil them, or just sit on them one by one and squash them into jelly.

    J. R. R. Tolkien
  • Anyway, now she thinks of Estha and Rahel as Them, because, separately, the two of them are no longer what They were or ever thought They would be. Ever. Their lives have a size and a shape now. Estha has his and Rahel hers. Edges, Borders, Boundaries, Brinks and Limits have appeared like a team of trolls on their separate horizons. Short creatures with long shadows, patrolling the Blurry End. Gentle half-moons have gathered under their eyes and they are as old as Ammu was when she died.

    Arundhati Roy
  • I’d finished the first two [books] and they were going to to be published, and [editor] said, “We need you to write a summary that will drive people to these books.” And it took forever. I couldn’t think of a thing to say. I looked at the back of other children’s books that were full of giddy praise and corny rhetorical questions, you know, “Will she have a better time at summer camp than she thinks?” “How will she escape from the troll’s dungeon?” All these terrible, terrible summaries of books, and I just couldn’t.

    Daniel Handler
  • The Nothing is spreading,” groaned the first. “It’s growing and growing, there’s more of it every day, if it’s possible to speak of more nothing. All the others fled from Howling Forest in time, but we didn’t want to leave our home. The Nothing caught us in our sleep and this is what it did to us.” “Is it very painful?” Atreyu asked. “No,” said the second bark troll, the one with the hole in his chest. “You don’t feel a thing. There’s just something missing. And once it gets hold of you, something more is missing every day. Soon there won’t be anything left of us.

    Michael Ende
  • I’ve always loved that film [‘The Three Caballeros’], and we were looking for a way to apply it to our own work, and ‘Trolls’ was it – psychedelic, musical and kinetic insanity.

    Walt Dohrn
  • I’m dealing with fools and trolls and soft targets. It’s just strafing runs in my underwear before my first cup of coffee. I don’t have time for these clowns.

    Charlie Sheen
  • So after E, it’s A for ‘Acceptable,’ and that’s the last pass grade, isn’t it?” “Yep,” said Fred, dunking an entire roll in his soup, transferring it to his mouth, and swallowing it whole. “Then you get P for ‘Poor’ ” — Ron raised both his arms in mock celebration — “and D for ‘Dreadful.’ ” “And then T,” George reminded him. “T?” asked Hermione, looking appalled. “Even lower than a D? What on earth does that stand for?” “ ‘Troll,’ ” said George promptly.

    J. K. Rowling
  • My next climb is going to be a tourist troll in a wheelchair.

    Allen Steck
  • It was so complex [in “Trolls”] that the technical team had to build a new program. It was about rendering and manipulating that weird hair. We also wanted to break the mold of what what we thought the princess was about…we wanted to keep her troll ‘look’ – the stumpy legs, an ugly/cute look, it was all inspired from the doll.

    Walt Dohrn
  • A lot of things, whether it’s Brexit, the U.S. election, things that are happening on Facebook Live, the way that Twitter in many cases was weaponized, obviously for good but then obviously for bad, for proxy. Governments who use it to troll and give voice to conspiracy theories, white supremacists, et cetera. I think that’s not going away.

    James Ponsoldt

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