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  • The allure of offline trolling
  • The allure of offline trolling
    Lulu Lovering (2014) ©
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The allure of offline trolling

Have you ever hated someone? Wanted them to rue the day they wronged you? The internet has the solution – ship your enemy an envelope stuffed with glitter and imagine the horror when they rip it open to find themselves coated in “the herpes of the craft world.”

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