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The 7 Most Annoying Internet Commenters You’re Sure To Come Across

The 7 Most Annoying Internet Commenters You’re Sure To Come Across
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We all know the comments section of any popular Internet media is going to be a mixed bag. Sometimes they’re lovely, positive individuals simply sharing praise or pointers. These are the sorts of commenters who I like to refer to as ‘normal’. However, other times it’s angry, slightly mental keyboard warriors who just want to watch the world burn. But anonymously over the internet because let’s be honest they wouldn’t say half of the things they type to someone face-to-face.

So, Julia Lepetit and Andrew Bridgman of Dorkly have created a collection of Seven Types of Annoying Internet Commenters so you can recognise what sort of commenters you’re being faced with or possibly becoming. The only ones I can think of are “LOLOLOL”-ers and “Fanboys/girls”, can you think of anymore?

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