Very Very Not Safe For Work: Where Internet Troll Comments Come From

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Did I mention in the heading that this isn’t safe for work? Well it isn’t. Like here, again, [NSFW].

This video on Funny or Die explains the real origin behind those hateful, horrible and downright despicable comments that you see under so many posts on the internet these days. We have some rough comments here and there, but thankfully not as bad as some of those moronic attempts at the English language that you see on other gaming sites.

By the way, the people who made this video are stupid morons, and I hate them. Worst video ever. I want my 1:43 minutes back.

Hit the jump to see the truth, but again, not safe for work. This video contains very offensive language.

via Kotaku

Last Updated: April 13, 2010

Nick De Bruyne

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