Well I personally don't use this 'tactic'. Most of the time, I'm completely silent during a game - if not for me being a generally quiet guy, then for the fact that I'm multitabling or doing something else on the side.
You can get a table to do things you want in other ways too - for example, Mike Caro has always encouraged having a very friendly personality when sitting at a table. Basically it's the opposite of what you're explaining. Instead of rattling a player until he's shoving his chips in with trash, we're trying to make a player respect us and realize that we're all here 'for fun'. That way, players aren't quite at each other's throats, and you can take advantage of it.
I mean for example in the late stages of a tourney, strike up a bad joke or just be friendly. Last night I got respect from players sitting to my right because I was having a conversation with them, and I could tell that they didn't quite feel the same urge to steal my blinds had I been an ass all night.
Anything can be used as a tactic, really, but generally I let my actual play speak for itself. Good or bad