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Insane Troll Logic is so badly screwed up that it isn't even wrong - usually either the presenter or the audience have no grasp of even the concept where the "logic" should apply. If I didn't say anything people would assume that Matsuda's theories are correct, and I just won't stand for that. A character consumed by this trope tends to say things along the lines of "Because I say it is! " (Note that, in order to qualify for this trope, some reasoning must be provided; for example, "He likes sweets, thus he is a Nazi" on its own probably doesn't qualify for this trope, but "He likes sweets, thus, he likes Danishes, and if he likes Danishes, he must be a German, and as we know, all Germans are Nazis" probably does, since it provides more "logic" and context. Those very flame wars will happen on this website if started, therefore TV Tropes' servers might catch on fire and may get damaged, and spread to the rest of the internet via gravity. These flame wars will be the depth of the Internet — not DEATH, but they are similar concepts, because they're similarly pronounced. The latter is otherwise known as the Fallacy of Composition.) Warning: trying to understand the following trains of logic may make your brain hurt. Furthermore, many computers are connected to those servers and they might catch on fire, too. So, remember to always douse your computer with water when under a disagreement. If reality actually follows the troll logic, then the normal rules aren't in effect; Reality Is Out to Lunch. How come they didn't do anything about that during the course of evolution, might I ask?
Irrational Hatred may have this as its basis, and Chewbacca Defense is literally of it. Kyon (narrating): They don't undergo natural selection in the depths of the sea just for the sake of your stomach!
You are definitely rolling on the floor and your ass has definitely not dispatched from your body due to my highly advanced sense of hilarity.3.