Trollem ipsum creates placeholder text built to troll various demographics. Users specify one of trollem ipsumâ€™s predefined personality types, such as Apple Fanboy or Microsoft Apologist, and one of three text lengths. The service responds with themed dummy text. Trollem ipsum exposes this functionality through a simple API. Developers place a simple HTTP call using keywords to specify a personality type and a length option. The API delivers JSON formatted text.
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