A message to the troll farmer in Aberdeenshire


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Yes, you!

Just stop it, please.

You’re wasting our time and yours.

Our rules are here and we set out two particularly relevant ones here last weekend.

That is all.

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12 Comments

  • Well said. Too many trolls around and I for one fully support LDV clamping down on them.
    PS Am I the only one who saw the words ‘troll farmer’ and pictured a farmer tending a field of trolls (i.e. those under-bridge goblins we all read about in our childhoods), herding them together and getting them ready for market? :o}

  • Peter Watson 22nd Jan '20 - 10:50pm

    Huh?
    Cool photo though.

  • As we all mourn Terry Jones, this post would seem to be the LDV contribution… all together now, ‘you’re not our messiah, you’re just a very naughty boy’.

  • Given that this person’s sole purpose is to cause us nuisance and annoyance, isn’t it rather disrespectful to them for us to make a joke of it?

  • Gwyn Williams 23rd Jan '20 - 11:53am

    If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a humorous picture is more effective in replying to a troll than many worthy dissertations.

  • Sue Sutherland 23rd Jan '20 - 1:45pm

    I think the troll farmer in Aberdeen must be code for the anonymous person who makes all the bad decisions in the party, like going for Revoke, believing the EU results were a sign that a Lib Dem surge was on its way, that person who wields incredible power but, like the Wizard of Oz, is very hard to find and when found is just a simple Scottish farmer of trolls.
    I’m very proud to belong to a party which makes such an effort to make a courteous response to someone who’s intentions don’t seem to be that honourable and who may well be the mystery link between the Russians, Dominic Cummins, Trump and possibly Prince Andrew.

  • Jenny Barnes 23rd Jan '20 - 2:07pm

    I suggest looking under Union Bridge. Trolls are well known for living under bridges.

  • Innocent Bystander 23rd Jan '20 - 2:32pm

    Paul,
    Please keep this going. It is far more intriguing and entertaining than the endless “woe, woe, a thousand times woe”, ” wirrrall doomed Cap’n Mainwaring” and the ever popular “I was right all along but no one listened to me” that now forms everything else here.
    Will we get clues? Will there be a prize for whoever identifies the culprit? There can’t be many farmers in Aberdeenshire so we should soon have a list of suspects.
    At last ! Something to laugh at!

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