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Halfbakery "Troll-In-Residence" Exchange Programme

Encourage diversity through unnatural selection.
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On a regular basis, a well-known troll from another forum would be invited to the bakery to be the Troll-In- Residence for a fixed period of tenure.

They would be provided with a login ID, and would be expected to do all the things required to qualify as a fully paid-up Troll.

At which the resident bakers, having gathered a motley but surprisingly destructive array of weaponry, would wade in to the attack.

After the troll's demise - long before their tenure runs out - their thick knobbly green Troll hide will be flayed off, preserved by rubbing liberally with Rentisham's Traditional Flenting Wax and then dipping in custard, after which it can be used as wallpaper for some of the older ideas, to freshen them up a bit.

8th of 7, Oct 25 2011

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       Hahaha! I love it! I want to go troll hunting! I know how they think!   

       For sake of getting right to it, the Log In ID should be the same; passed down from one troll to another like "Frankenstien" from Death Race 2000.
MikeD, Oct 25 2011
  

       The Borg must be bored.
RayfordSteele, Oct 25 2011
  

       What does the donor forum receive in exchange for their (no doubt highly prized and long nurtured) troll?
Twizz, Oct 26 2011
  

       You.
8th of 7, Oct 26 2011
  

       I'm not sure, but I have a strange feeling there's an underlying message here...
Twizz, Oct 26 2011
  

       Obviously, a donor board that excels in generating trolls needs some excorcism visitation by a mature, well-adjusted halfbaker or two.
RayfordSteele, Oct 26 2011
  
      
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