You can find more about Monty Munford on this hashtag: #loser

monty_munford_loserI’ve written for the Telegraph for more than four years and I used to get upset when the trolls attacked; now I don’t give a shit.

The vitriol can sometimes be amazing, such as this stream of abuse when I wrote a piece on corporal punishment in India, but sometimes they are so funny they have to be republished.

So check this anonymous dude ‘resonator’ who trolled after this Tech City piece. I’d love see what he’s like in REAL LIFE… I obviously wound him up – hahaha.

“We made our way around London using Oyster Cards on the Tube, an experience I had never previously undergone and very quaint; but never again.”

So London’s primary mode of transport, used by millions every day, is beneath you?

Your contempt for something fundamental and fairly well run is utterly pathetic.

“Canary Wharf, the East London monstrosity”

Is your article supposed to be humorous? As I don’t see any jokes.

Monty Munford couldn’t cope living in the UK, so left for many years in India only to return in order to write pathetically bitter critiques about London. You can find more about Monty Munford on this hashtag: #loser

The rest of us, who love London, have a message: Monty Munford you are not welcome here.

Monty (624 Posts)

Monty Munford has more than 15 years' experience in mobile, digital media, web and journalism. He is the founder of Mob76, a company that helps tech companies raise money and exit. He speaks regularly at global media events with a focus on Africa, writes a weekly column for The Telegraph, is a regular contributor to The Economist, Wired, Mashable and speaks regularly on the BBC World Service.


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About Monty

Monty Munford has more than 15 years' experience in mobile, digital media, web and journalism. He is the founder of Mob76, a company that helps tech companies raise money and exit. He speaks regularly at global media events with a focus on Africa, writes a weekly column for The Telegraph, is a regular contributor to The Economist, Wired, Mashable and speaks regularly on the BBC World Service.