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How often do you engage in heated arguments online?
  • a

    Rarely or never

  • b

    It usually happens when I’m playing online games

  • c

    Quite often, I’d say

  • d

    I prefer real-life arguments over virtual ones


Question 1: How often do you engage in heated arguments online?

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Are you actually an internet troll disguised as a normie user? Take this Troll-ness Quiz to face your true online persona.

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