Created By: Theokal3 on November 28, 2013 Last Edited By: FuzzyBoots on July 26, 2014
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Memetic Troll

A person that is seen as a troll by the fandom

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A slightly less dangerous (usually) variant of the Memetic Psychopath, the Memetic Troll is a character the fandom likes to depict as a Troll.

Quite often, the actual character isn't really one, but gets this reputation due to something he did or said in-story for no apparent other reason than screwing with others (such as neglecting a major detail about something in a situation where it would have been crucial) that cannot be blamed on his stupidity. It's also possible for the character to actually be a troll in the original support, but get this reputation exaggerated for laugh by the fandom. In any case, the character has a reputation of being a Troll that have become a Memetic Mutation.

Obviously an example of Memetic Mutation. Compare Never Live It Down.


Examples

Anime and Manga

Comic Book
  • M.O.D.O.K., normally a half-comical-half-sadistic villain of Marvel Comics, becomes this in Marvel vs. Capcom 3. From his Evil Laughs in many in his attacks (and in his Victory Pose in particular), some of his quotes that can come off as sadistically insane, his unorthodox playstyle (in that he can fly freely and mainly excels in keep-aways), and the fact that he just looks plain ridiculous and comes rather out of the blue (when compared to many other Marvel fan favorites that don't come in), the fans seemingly sees him as a potent troll. Oh, and his theme goes with trolling.
  • Deadpool is unquestionably a Troll in-universe, and the fact he is found of Breaking the Fourth Wall just helped him to get this reputation to Memetic Mutation level.

Film
  • The Wizard of Oz
    • Glinda doesn't just tell Dorothy from the start that her ruby slippers have the power to bring her back home. In-story, the justification would be that, had she told her, Dorothy wouldn't have gone through her travel and grown up with it, but most people like to attribute it to Glinda just wanting to screw with her.

      Interestingly, this is actually an error from the adaptation, since the film combines two characters from the book: Glinda the Good Witch of the South and the (unnamed) Good Witch of the North. The one from the North tells Dorothy to go to the Wizard; and after the Wizard flies off in his balloon everyone suggests that she visit Glinda, who is the one who tells her that she had the power all along.

Franchise
  • The Muppets
    • Statler and Waldorf are considered by many fans and others to be the original trolls (in fact, one popular meme names them as, "Trolling before there was trolling." Given that their main schtick on The Muppet Show was sitting up in the balcony and heckling almost everyone in the show (they're especially merciless with Fozzie), which is a characteristic that continually follows them from medium to medium, helps validate this opinion. Their Screw Politeness, I'm A Senior! personalities also helps.

      For a short while in the mid-2000s, Statler and Waldorf actually had their own webcast where they would review (or rip apart) the latest movie releases. This was in the days before The Nostalgia Critic. They even got their own Just for Fun page on this site.

Literature
  • Sol of the Warrior Cats series has gained a memetic reputation as a troll thanks to his Affably Evil attitude and the smug expression he had on a book cover (which later got edited so it wasn't so smug). Here is a macro that got passed around for a bit with that original image.

Music
  • Inverted with Akita Neru from Vocaloid. She's a Miku derivative who acts as a personification of trolling following an incident of Google censoring every Miku picture in the net (long story); her name means "I'm tired; off to bed" coming from people who tried to stop the talk about the issue. The inversion comes when her origins become glossed over over time and she's mostly depicted as a Deadpan Snarker (and sometimes Tsundere) in Fanon.

Tabletop Games
  • Eldrad Ulthuan in Warhammer40K is one of if not the most powerful Eldar Farseer in the game. Fanon has him exploit his ability to flawlessly predict the future to... play stupid pranks on people (hence the phrase "Eldrad: What a dick"). Asdrubael Vect and Creed get similar reputations, and the Chaos god Tzeentch is god of false hope and betrayal.

Video Games
  • Touhou
    • Yukari Yakumo is notorious among the fandom for her mischievous nature and her use of gaps for all kinds of purposes, as well as staging elaborate schemes just to piss someone off, though she usually toys with Reimu.
    • Tewi Inaba also gets this treatment due to the numerous pranks that she pulls and the fact that she never gets punished for them, the blame often falling upon resident Eientei Chew Toy Reisen instead. This is canon though as it's how she's depicted in Inaba of the Moon & Inaba of the Earth.
    • And newcomer Seija Kijin is rapidly becoming one due to being the queen of Interface Screw in the game Double Dealing Character and the fact that she's the one behind the entire trouble in that game, despite her position as a stage 5 boss.
  • Hazama, a.k.a. Terumi Yuuki, from BlazBlue. This bastard trolls everyone in the series, and such is his nature that he feeds on other people's hatred of him, which he instills in others through his horrible acts. As a result, his trolling has reached out Memetic level that goes even beyond his usual high-level trolling. He's even earned his place on the pantheon of This Very Wiki as the God of Trolling.
  • The Ancient Dragon from Dark Souls II, while simply delivering a Disproportionate Retribution to the fool who provoked its ire, is often lauded by the fandom as a merciless troll who revels in the frustrations of players who die way too often to its incredibly random attack pattern, sometimes taking flight just for the sake of it (and not raining down fire), and possibly crushing some hapless fool upon landing.
  • Yukiko Amagi from Persona 4. Usually a Ditzy Genius Yamato Nadeshiko, the event at the Amagi Inn where she messed up the schedules of the boys on purpose and makes their stay at her inn just [[Played for Laughs hilariously unpleasant has made people think she's a rather sneaky Troll.

Web Comics

Western Animation

Community Feedback Replies: 103
  • November 28, 2013
    Snicka
    Glinda from The Wizard Of Oz: not telling the power of the ruby slippers to Dorothy just to mess with her.
  • November 28, 2013
    SeptimusHeap
    The My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic example is a Zero Context Example. It needs some context about how the fandom treats her as a troll.
  • November 28, 2013
    Theokal3
    Sorry, I just fixed that.
  • November 28, 2013
    MorganWick
    I have a bad feeling about this.
  • November 28, 2013
    Arivne
    De-Pot Holed Princess Celestia's name in the MLP:FIM example so people who aren't fans have a better chance to understand what it's about. Also corrected several spelling errors and changed the markup for episode names from italics to quotes.
  • November 29, 2013
    Theokal3
    Morgan Wick: Why so ? Arivne: Thank you.

    A friend of mine suggested to add Zelretch from the Nasuverse to the list, but, while the character seems to indeed have the Memetic Troll status, I couldn't find any reliable source material to get where he got that reputation from. Anyone could help ?
  • November 29, 2013
    TwoGunAngel
    • Kyubey from Puella Magi Madoka Magica lends himself quite handily to fanon portrayals as a troll, given his manipulative and duplicitous nature in the series proper.
    • Yukari Yakumo from the Touhou is notorious among the fandom for her mischievous nature and her use of gaps for all kinds of purposes.
      • Tewi Inaba also gets this treatment due to the numerous pranks that she pulls and the fact that she never gets punished for them, the blame often falling upon resident Eientei Chew Toy Reisen instead.
      • And newcomer Seija Kijin is rapidly becoming one due to being the queen of Interface Screw in the game Double Dealing Character and the fact that she's the one behind the entire trouble in that game, despite her position as a stage 5 boss.
    • And who can forget Hazama, a.k.a. Terumi Yuuki, from Blaz Blue? This bastard trolls everyone in the series, and such is his nature that he feeds on other people's hatred of him, which he is VERY, VERY GOOD at instilling in others through his horrible acts, making it next to impossible to actually kill him for good no matter how badly one may want to. He's even earned his place on the pantheon of This Very Wiki as the God of Trolling.
  • November 29, 2013
    DAN004
    ^ Hazama is a REAL Troll though, I doubt if it counts.
  • November 29, 2013
    DAN004
    • MODOK, normally a half-comical-half-sadistic villain of Marvel Comics, becomes this in Marvel Vs Capcom 3. From his Evil Laughs in many in his attacks (and in his Victory Pose in particular), some of his quotes that can come off as sadistically insane, his unorthodox playstyle (in that he can fly freely and mainly excels in keep-aways), and the fact that he just looks plain ridiculous and comes rather out of the blue (when compared to many other Marvel fan favorites that don't come in), the fans seemingly sees him as a potent troll (even compared to Hazama several times). Oh, and his theme goes with trolling.
  • November 29, 2013
    ShanghaiSlave
    Morgan Wick, I sense it too. The impending flood.

    Video Game
    • Touhou has Tewi. who is near universally depicted as a For The Evulz level prankster by the fandom. her usual victim is Reisen. This is canon though as it's how she's depicted in Inaba of the Moon & Inaba of the Earth.
      • Yukari is another one. who stages elaborate schemes just to tick someone off. usually though she simply toys with Reimu.
  • November 29, 2013
    DracMonster
    ^Uh... I'd rib you for not reading the examples before you posted that, but I almost went and typed up a Touhou one too.
  • November 29, 2013
    Theokal3
    Sorry. I am not familiar with most of those shows, so I rather trust the posters' good judgement.
  • November 29, 2013
    randomsurfer
    FWIW the plot hole in Wizard of Oz is because the film combines two characters from the book: Glinda the Good Witch of the South and the (unnamed) Good Witch of the North. The one from the North tells Dorothy to go to the Wizard; and after the Wizard flies off in his balloon everyone suggests that she visit Glinda, who is the one who tells her that she had the power all along.
  • November 29, 2013
    Theokal3
    Sorry, I am unfamiliar with all acronyms on this site... what does FWIW stand for ?
  • November 29, 2013
    SeptimusHeap
    For what it's worth, and it's an Internet acronym more than a TV Tropes one.
  • November 29, 2013
    Theokal3
    Okay, thank you.
  • November 29, 2013
    XFllo
    The draft has some incorrect Example Indentation and Word Cruft.

    Please remove "And who can forget..."

    If there is more than one example in a single show, the format goes like this:
    • Title:
      • Example 1.
      • Example 2.

    Remember that the following is incorrect and should not be used.

    • Title: Example 1.
      • Example 2.
  • November 29, 2013
    Paradisesnake
    Why does the example section have two Touhou entries?

    EDIT: Namespaced an example.
  • November 29, 2013
    DAN004
    Again I said: while Terumi is widely recognized as a troll in fandom, he is a real troll In Universe. Would he count, then?
  • November 30, 2013
    TwoGunAngel
    @DAN 004: Absolutely.
  • November 30, 2013
    Chabal2
    Warhammer 40 K: Eldrad Ulthuan is one of if not the most powerful Eldar Farseer in the game. Fanon has him exploit his ability to flawlessly predict the future to... play stupid pranks on people (hence the phrase "Eldrad: What a dick"). Asdrubael Vect and Creed get similar reputation, and the Chaos god Tzeentch is god of false hope and betrayal.
  • November 30, 2013
    DAN004
    ^^ Then what's the distinction of this and regular Troll? Should every examples in the Troll page be included here?
  • November 30, 2013
    KarjamP
    I see a risk for the example on God here to cause flame wars due to the fact that one accusing a religious figure of actually not only taking delight in misery of other people's misery but also inflicting it upon others.

    I don't care that this trope says "memetic". It'll offend people either way.

    Therefore, under the Rule Of Cautious Editing Judgement, that has to go.
  • November 30, 2013
    Theokal3
    DAN 004: A Memetic Troll is a character whose reputation of being a troll (regardless of weither it's founded or not) has reached Memetic Mutation level; a Troll is, well, a character who's a Troll in-story, and may or may not be Memetic.

    Karjam P: fine, I'll remove it. I am Christian myself and didn't see any offense in it, but I'll trust you on this.
  • December 1, 2013
    Snicka
    Dolan is this in his milder comics. Most of the time he's a Memetic Psychopath and Memetic Molester, though.
  • December 2, 2013
    DAN004
    ^ Ain't he an actual psychopath, molester and troll? o.O
  • December 3, 2013
    Theokal3
    I don't know, not familiar with the character.
  • December 3, 2013
    ShanghaiSlave
    thanks to whoever merged my touhou example with the first. I Failed A Spot Check.

    Drac Monster — would have been funny if you went ahead and did that. :D
  • December 3, 2013
    Snicka
    ^^^ It depends if you see him as a character on his own (in which case he's an actual psychopath, molester and troll, so does not qualify), or as a horrible Memetic Mutation version of Donald Duck (who shows mild signs of being a psychopath and a troll, which the comic exaggerates - in that case you can say the Dolan comics turn Donald into a memetic troll).
  • December 3, 2013
    DAN004
    ^ So a zigzagged example?
  • December 3, 2013
    Theokal3
    Maybe... could someone formulate it right please? I never read the webcomic so I would rather not do it myself.
  • December 4, 2013
    Snicka
    ^^ I wouldn't really say zigzagged... it depends on the readers if they view him as a separate character from Donald or not.

    How about this:
  • December 4, 2013
    Theokal3
    Sounds good to me.

    Someone could post it on the page please? For some reason, I cannot edit the page anymore.
  • December 4, 2013
    Paradisesnake
    ^ Done.
  • December 4, 2013
    Theokal3
    Thanks.
  • December 6, 2013
    Snicka
    For The Wizard Of Oz example, you should Pot Hole Adaptation Induced Plot Hole. Like this:
  • December 6, 2013
    DAN004
    • Inverted with Akita Neru from Vocaloid: She's a Miku derivative who acts as a personification of trolling following an incident of Google censoring every Miku picture in the net (long story); her name means "I'm tired; off to bed" coming from people who tried to stop the talk about the issue. The inversion comes when her origins become glossed over over time and she's mostly depicted as a Deadpan Snarker (and sometimes Tsundere) in Fanon.
  • May 11, 2014
    AnoBakaDesu
    The Ancient Dragon from Dark Souls II, while simply delivering a Disproportionate Retribution to the fool who provoked its ire, is often lauded by the fandom as a merciless troll who revels in the frustrations of players who die way too often to its incredibly random attack pattern, sometimes taking flight just for the sake of it (and not raining down fire), and possibly crushing some hapless fool upon landing.
  • May 13, 2014
    Theokal3
    Does anyone have an idea for a pic?
  • May 16, 2014
    MercenX
    Did the God example really have to be removed? What if it had been spoilered instead? Regardless of whether it offends people, the memetic exists.
  • May 16, 2014
    MorningStar1337
    Needs a picture of Hazama or Trollestia
  • May 17, 2014
    Theokal3
  • May 17, 2014
    MorningStar1337
    ^ I'm not sure if the wiki allows macros outside the Lolcats page and macros page itself. Maybe go with Canon vs. Fandom thing like Memetic Bystander
  • May 18, 2014
    Theokal3
    What is Lolcats pages and macros pages?
  • May 18, 2014
    DAN004
    ^ Refer to Lol Cats and Image Macro.
  • May 18, 2014
    Theokal3
    O, okay, I see. Thank you...
  • May 21, 2014
    Snicka
    The last two panels of the second proposed image could also work as a Canon vs. Fanon comparison (the "canon" being normal Celestia, the "fanon" being trollface Celestia).
  • May 21, 2014
    AnoBakaDesu
    Kill La Kill has Nui Harime, who indeed takes pleasure in messing around with the protagonists' emotions, but the fandom ramps her up into an uber troll who not only screws with the cast, but the AUDIENCE as well!
  • May 21, 2014
    Theokal3
    Updated the example

    As for the image, I am not good with modifying pics, so I guess someone else will have do that^^'
  • May 21, 2014
    0emma0
    This makes perfect sense to me! There's a lot of characters.
  • May 21, 2014
    Theokal3
    ... I am not sure how this has anything to do with this trope.
  • May 23, 2014
    Theokal3
    Would you say Deadpool qualifies as a Memetic Troll?
  • May 23, 2014
    bitemytail
    ^ With a proper context example, yes. He'd probably make a good page image if we can find him doing something interesting
  • May 23, 2014
    xanderiskander
    Since this about the character's reputation with the audience the page will have to be YMMV because it'd be considered an Audience Reaction.
  • May 23, 2014
    Theokal3
    No problem. How do we classify the trope as such?
  • May 23, 2014
    xanderiskander
    Just by listing it on the index on YMMV page when it's launched. Listing it on Audience Reactions should mark it as YMMV too.
  • May 24, 2014
    Theokal3
    Okay. Then all that remains to do is wait for hats.
  • May 25, 2014
    MorningStar1337
    There's still the matter of the page image.
  • May 26, 2014
    Theokal3
    Yeah, but I can't deal with that. Can't find a suitable pic for now.
  • May 26, 2014
    xanderiskander
    The image doesn't need to be settled in YKTTW. It can be decided in an image picking thread, and it will probably get much better help that way.

    Tipped this a hat.
  • May 26, 2014
    lakingsif
    As much as I can see where this is coming from, there is way too much potential for flame bait over which characters the fandom see as trolls. Even as YMMV, "the fandom" is not a single entity. People divided by opinions within the same fandom will end up in nasty edit wars. Therefore, Motion to discard.

    To be honest, I believe this is as tropeworthy as Memetic Psychopath, so please give me reason to believe otherwise regarding the flame bait. I am open-minded!
  • May 26, 2014
    xanderiskander
    ^From my experience with these characters in fandoms a Memetic Troll doesn't have any of the negative connotations of an internet troll at all. It's more comedic. Like the fandom thinks a character is so goofy, mischeivious, and zany that they wouldn't put it past the character to do things that are utterly ridiculous and over the top. Even if it's not technically in character.

    It's a bit of misuse of the word "troll" as it's traditionally used to be honest, but words take on different meanings after awhile. I mean it's gotten to the point on the internet now where if an author/creator surprises people with a creative twist they're considered to be "trolling" the audience instead of just "surprising" them.
  • May 26, 2014
    lakingsif
    ^ why thank you, kind sir. Go ahead.
  • May 26, 2014
    xanderiskander
    ^ Since you understand can you add the hat you removed back?
  • May 26, 2014
    lakingsif
    ^ I do believe examples need cleaning, but since I took away someone else's, you've got it back :)
  • May 26, 2014
    Theokal3
    How do you suggest to clean the examples, then ?
  • May 26, 2014
    DAN004
    Even then it's easy to distinguish ppl who are trolling playfully and ppl who are trolling maliciously.
  • May 27, 2014
    ChrisX
    I'll pitch in one more thing about Terumi. Terumi may be an in-universe Troll, but his trolling has reached out Memetic level that goes even beyond his usual high-level trolling. There's a big reason why he's the Trope Pantheon Trolling God: His memetic fame. (While not exactly an example of this trope, he's a troll that makes a lot of other meme references. Kinda fitting?)

    Here's one more example:
  • May 27, 2014
    lakingsif
    ^^^ Not al of the examples fit xander's description of the trope, and the formatting isn't consistent.
  • Franchise
    • The Muppets. Statler and Waldorf are considered by many fans and others to be the original trolls (in fact, one popular meme names them as, "Trolling before there was trolling." Given that their main schtick on The Muppet Show was sitting up in the balcony and heckling almost everyone in the show (they're especially merciless with Fozzie), which is a characteristic that continually follows them from medium to medium, helps validate this opinion. Their Screw Politeness Im A Senior personalities also helps.
      • For a short while in the mid-2000s, Statler and Waldorf actually had their own webcast where they would review (or rip apart) the latest movie releases. This was in the days before Nostalgia Critic.
  • May 27, 2014
    Snicka
    ^ Statler And Waldorf even got their own Just For Fun page on Tv Tropes.
  • May 27, 2014
    Theokal3
    Chris X: who's Temuri exactly? Where is he from? Otherwise I would say the example fits.

    lakingsif: really? Which ones, for example?
  • May 27, 2014
    lakingsif
    ^ I literally just looked at the first two (in Anime and Manga) and neither of them fit that. They are the definition of a troll as I saw it, not the mischievous imp xander explained it as. Decide what this is, then get back to me.
  • May 27, 2014
    Theokal3
    Well, the Madoka Magica I would say lack explanations to clarify, so I am not sure. As for the Kill La Kill example.... it seems to me that it fits, but I have never watched the show, so hard to judge.
  • May 27, 2014
    lakingsif
    I haven't seen either of them, the descriptions are more saying the character is seen by fans as malicious rather than mischievous. Maybe review all of the examples and make the description crystal clear. (And witty, don't forget the witty)
  • May 29, 2014
    Theokal3
    Okay. But that would require the expertise of someone who actually knows either of those show. And sadly I don't...
  • May 29, 2014
    xanderiskander
    ^Kyubey from Madoka gets depicted as a troll a lot by the fandom with image captions on the internet and text art of Kyubey's face.

    As for Kill la Kill I've seen the show, but I haven't paid much attention to the fandom so I don't know if Nui is exaggerated that way or not by fans, but the example doesn't read like it involves the fandom. It reads more like it belongs on The Trickster because it's about how she treats other characters in the show. I'd just remove it.

    In my opinion The Deadpool example could use more context about how he's depicted/ has a reputation as a troll by the fans because all it says is that his being a troll lends him toward being depicted that way by fans via Memetic Mutation. But it doesn't say how the fans depict him or how it's exaggerated by the fandom.
  • May 30, 2014
    Snicka
    ^ I don't really know how Deadpool is being depicted by fans, but maybe we can take a look here.
  • June 2, 2014
    AnoBakaDesu
    Nui Harime is partly due to Audience Reactions: for fans, she practically trolled them in her own sendoff (final episode). For some time, I have also noticed editors working on Kill La Kill's subpages had the habit of citing her as some sort of reality-warping trickster who denies the viewers the satisfaction of seeing her getting a comeuppance (when she did in canon, they rejoiced).
  • June 3, 2014
    ChrisX
    @Theokal: Uh... I thought the above discussion already made it clear that Terumi is from Blaz Blue?
  • June 4, 2014
    Theokal3
    My bad. Sorry.
  • June 4, 2014
    Dawnwing
    • Sol of the Warrior Cats series has gained a memetic reputation as a troll thanks to his Affably Evil attitude and the smug expression he had on a book cover (which later got edited so it wasn't so smug). Here is a macro that got passed around for a bit with that original image.
  • June 4, 2014
    DAN004
    I heard Snivy of Poke Mon is one, but I can't provide context...
  • June 5, 2014
    Theokal3
    Did my best to update the examples. We still need more context for Deadpool, though.
  • June 5, 2014
    Arivne
  • June 5, 2014
    Snicka
    The new Example Indentation isn't correct for The Wizard Of Oz and The Muppets, as the second bullet point in those aren't second examples, they are just expansions on the first examples (both bullet points are about Glinda or Statler And Waldorf). I suggest we merge the two bullet points into one instead.
  • June 6, 2014
    captainsandwich
    The Celestia example fails to mention that Celestia in Canon occasionally plays mild (good-spirited) pranks
  • June 6, 2014
    Theokal3
    Did she? I don't remember her doing that...
  • June 6, 2014
    captainsandwich
  • June 7, 2014
    Theokal3
    O, okay.... I am fixing the example right now.
  • June 7, 2014
    captainsandwich
    I think another reason fans cite Celestia as a troll is that she was pleased that Twilight and her friends (who Celestia invited) ruined the Grand Galloping Gala (an exclusive and painfully boring 'party'). Here is a transcript of the episode http://mlp.wikia.com/wiki/Transcripts/The_Best_Night_Ever
  • June 7, 2014
    Theokal3
    Yes, I actually saw that episode. Might be hard to add to the already big list of examples, though.
  • June 7, 2014
    captainsandwich
    One thing I read written by a fan was that in Lesson Zero reason the sun was moving the way it was is that Celestia was trolling twilight.
  • June 7, 2014
    DAN004
    Launch?
  • June 8, 2014
    captainsandwich
    It has over 10 examples and has 5 hats, I don't see why not.
  • June 14, 2014
    AnoBakaDesu
    How could one forget this entry?

    Bleach offers us Sosuke Aizen, a Magnificent Bastard of the Soft Spoken Sadist variety who practically rubs in the protagonists' (and the audience's) faces at every opportunity. While his plans were carefully laid out with judicious use of his zanpakuto's totally hax powers during the Soul Society arc, the infamous Hinamori incident in which he brutally showcased his Kyoka Suigetsu's abilities automatically propelled him from Chess Master to God of the Bleach-verse in the eyes of the fandom, with countless parodies to boot. Even after his eventual defeat, fans could still be heard musing that he's just using his Bankai to progress the plot.
  • June 16, 2014
    Theokal3
    just added it^^
  • June 27, 2014
    Theokal3
    Sooooo, I forgot, how do we create the page already, now that the trope has been launched?
  • July 11, 2014
    AnoBakaDesu
    I'll bring this up to the YKTTW crash rescue thread.
  • July 26, 2014
    Theokal3
    Thank you.
  • July 26, 2014
    Theokal3
    Can anyone please launch this trope and create the page plase?
  • July 26, 2014
    MorningStar1337
    I'll do it.
  • July 26, 2014
    Theokal3
    Thanks
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