This study drew initial thoughts from the theatricality that characterizes each form of public expression, coupled with a propaganda-type internet expressive activity. From the primitive forms of societies to the most complex, religion, morals, social ties, and later the evolution of science, literature and the arts were the medium of expressive desire. Within the framework of our technological education, expression through the Internet becomes the highest expression of human activity. Dialogue is a key factor in political action. Our interest, therefore, focuses on web interaction that creates unpredictable relationships between audience and people.
In particular, we will deal with trolling, a communication practice that has acquired its current substance on the internet under certain conditions that have made its development easier. Anonymity, the lack of online suspensions and the impression that what is happening on the internet is not a piece of reality have fueled the initial impetus of spreading as a phenomenon and becoming an integral part of today's online community.
What is being attempted here is the re-evaluation of trolling with a knowledge of the circumstances in which it was born, developed and changed form. Thus, we review it under some of his disguises as a "challenge", as a "role play", as a "comic archetype", as an "attack on literal", as a "noise", as “nonsense". In this way, we build a semantic-derivative map that undertakes to compare, register, count all information that enters the mind intuitively. So we think we have to do with a tactic of communication that opposes the widespread arguments or situations of the time, causing chaos.