I also want to troll. but i don't think i have the random sense of hate towards the rest of society right now to fuel me. Which is a pity though, cos i think i'd have made one hell of a troll.
But lets spare a thought for them cos it takes a lot of effort to read through the whole of the blogodrome and nitpick through various posts to come up with a detailed analysis of things that can be used to poke fun at people with. Its probably a full time job even.
And if you're having a bad day with humor generation. There is always the option of inserting various profane words to spice it up a bit. Always covers up a lack of anything funny to say, a dirty word here and there.
Also, fresh material for posts is all around you. Other people think of topics to write about and all you have to do is take their posts apart and make fun of them.. Which, if you are sufficiently alienated from the rest of society, should'nt be too hard.
Your inverted sense of inadequacy will transform into a false sense of superiority that will completely misinterpret your actions as 'constrcutive' and your criticisms 'positive'. Being a troll is not as easy as it may seem though, any good troll probably needs to keep the anger alive to keep going. Probably Padashow, possibly listens to a lot of Slipknot and flips the bird to himself everytime he/she/they see a reflective surface.
Thats conditioning man, we all need to keep our shit locked down yeah.
Also, it seems the people you make fun of will actually comment on your posts with glad tidings of joy that they have been worthy of your attention. And they will also sadly, mostly be the only commenters on these posts. Unless you are a bit more commercial. But no matter, that shows you hit your mark yes. And any good critic needs attention.