Internet Justice, Extra Crispy
For those people still steaming about what Chinese company Tencent considered a good office party, one woman's response to an Internet pervert should give you a chuckle. As the Huffington Post reported, a 25-year-old named Monconjay Brown living in China trolled a troll asking her to sext. She met him via OKCupid.
He asked her, "I wanna see your body too...Any pic you have."
She sent him her thighs, her breasts, and her legs.
Would we at AUGNM advise someone to engage a troll this way? Our philosophy is closer to "block, report and delete," but we can't deny that Ms. Brown's witty response sends a clear message to Internet perverts. For the record, OKCupid's Terms and Conditions state:
"In your digital interactions with other users (including, but not limited to: site messages, instant messages, journal postings, and forum comments), you agree to conduct yourself civilly and respectfully. While using the website, you agree that you shall not under any circumstances harass or make mischief against any other user of the Website. Humor Rainbow reserves the right to determine, at its sole discretion, what constitutes harassment or mischief, and where that has occurred; and may, also at its sole discretion, partially or completely deny service to any infringing party. As part of these efforts, Humor Rainbow [the parent company of OKCupid] may enlist the help of its active users to moderate flagged messages, comments and other content to determine if a user’s conduct is harmful to the community."