Tuesday, March 27, 2012

How to handle trolling Facebook friends


Anonymous said...

The burning questions are did you confront the friend who wrote the trolling comment and did the friend who called the friend out re: passive advocacy and banning comics get a reply?

Typical women. Always catty.

C.J. Smith said...

It wasn't a woman who felt trolling was in order.

C.J. Smith said...

To answer your questions. No, I didn't confront the friend. Why would I? I answered his question.

Friend #2 didn't get a reply because I prevented friends from engaging in the debate further.

The woman who triggered my Twitter remark had put her sandal-wearing feet on the seat next to me and had calluses as thick as a work glove and hair growing on her big toes that looked like a pubic bush.

It was disgusting. Plain and simple.

Anonymous said...

Are you an Imgurian too?!?

lswgirl13 said...

My feet are NEVER exposed unless they have been properly pedicured. Hair toes should be waxed!!!

Squiggles said...

Agreed lswgirl!

I was so tempted to break out the sandals and open toed shoes last week, but because the pedicure hadn't been done, nope. Not going to subject the world to the sight.

So apparently, the woman in question broke 2 rules (one written) with the nasty feet on the seats.

C.J. Smith said...

I love IMGUR!!!

So yes.

HK said...

Seriously, Freedom of Speech? The term Freedom of Speech is probably the most abused term in human history! We are talking a private forum here, not some government newswire. I curse on my FB wall and all troll get defriended without notice in my FB world.