25 Of The Biggest Trolls In History

Trolls are one of those things that you don’t mind watching, as long as they are far away and you are not the one being trolled. Perhaps the best way to enjoy the trolls is via youtube, or just reading about their ridiculous antics online. And that is exactly what we are going to do today. Of course, chances are you have been trolled yourself, or you will be trolled, or you may even be a troll! Whatever the case, thanks to human nature, trolls are here to stay. Today, from the safety of your computer, you are going to read about trolls in action. Some of these trolls were benign, others less so. The one thing they all had in common is a deep sense of mischief. Okay, not all of them. Some of them were genuinely accidents. Yes, that can happen. You may unwittingly troll someone just by virtue of your ignorance. It’s not that you meant to, but to anybody watching, they would think to themselves, “what a troll”. Either way, these aren’t your run of the mill trolls. These aren’t the spiteful youtube commentators. These are the troll champions. These are 25 of the biggest trolls in history!

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25

Pablo Escobar

Pablo EscobarSource: reddit, Image: wikipedia

He took his son to see the White House while the DEA and Interpol were looking for him

24

Oliver "Porky" Bickar

Oliver "Porky" BickarSource: hoaxes.org, Image: wikipedia

A resident of Alaska, Oliver decided to “ignite” Mt. Edgecumbe, a dormant volcano. He pulled it off on April Fools 1974 by dropping 70 tires on the summit and lighting them on fire. The prank worked like a charm and news of the rumbling volcano spread around the world.


23

Count Victor Lustig

Count Victor LustigSource: reddit, Image: wikipedia

One of the most successful con men in history, Victor tried selling the Eiffel Tower twice by posing as a government official and he actually managed to get some money for it! Furthermore, “lustig” means “comical” in German!

22

Diogenes of Sinope

Diogenes of SinopeSource: wikipedia, Image: wikipedia

When Plato once defended a man as being a “featherless biped”, Diogenes left a plucked chicken on his doorstep with a note – “Behold! I have brought you a man!”. It is also said that Diogenes died from holding his breath.


21

John Titor

John TitorSource: wikipedia, Image: wikipedia

John Titor was a name used on several forums in 2000 and 2001 by someone claiming to be a time traveler from 2036. He made several “predictions” about the future and the crazy thing is that lots of people believed him!



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