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Have you ever written LOL! (without really laughing out loud)?


So often these days we write or receive comments that end with LOL! Quite awhile back I was in an office enviroment where I was sitting across from a co-worker sending an instant message relply of which I wrote lol! Then it dawned on me that if I were "laughing out loud" he would have heard me! (This thought really did make me laugh out loud). When you write (lol), Do you really mean you laughed out loud? or You found it "amusing"? or You're simply in agreement? lol!

 

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    dashingscorpio 4 years ago

    I bet you are not alone! I too have written lol! or typed :-) to make sure the reader knows my message/opinion was not intended to offend them.


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    dashingscorpio 4 years ago

    Okay "rofl"or "lmao" are the "new lol". I wonder how long it will be before there is another acronym to indicate when one is (seriously) laughing once (rofl and lmao) become overused.

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