Just today, I found this some minutes ago, on my ask.fm account.
Noticed this question has been answered, as you can tell by the difference in font style of text shown in the red box. The bold one is the question, while the regular one is the answer that I put.
So, what does this mean?
Well, like previous ask.fm questions, the identity of the asker cannot be identified, but if the asker was able to put in names of one of my friend, this means that the asker must be someone from my school (more specifically, from the same year group as me). This gives me the conclusion that this must be done by the trolls, since by reading the question carefully it’s similar to what the trolls usually ask, even though this kind of stuff is quite rare, but still…from my experience the trolls are the most likely group of people that are capable of posting these kinds of stuff.
From this, I can already tell that a seventh trolls campaign is unavoidable, and the girl that the trolls will be basing their fake love/like attack campaign is most likely to be one of my friend who interfered in the May/June ask.fm crisis.
Now, for countermeasures? Well, I can’t think of any yet, and it’s not possible to carry out any right now. I’d prefer to wait until the school starts on August 26th, and see if the seventh trolls campaign will really make an appearance. I guess this is a bi-product of my attempt-curb of ask.fm spammers back in June! ARRG! I SHOULDN’T HAVE DONE THAT IN THE FIRST PLACE!
Oh wait…one really good countermeasure against the seventh trolls campaign, is to keep denying the new rumors, since that worked for me during the days of the sixth trolls campaign; it should work for the seventh trolls campaign as well!
That’s it for now…