roflcopter, lollerskates, lollapoluza. I gues it means you are making me e happy and I like you (along with cupcakes, frosting and clowns.)
by Diane Minton 6 years ago
Why do people answer lol all of the time to posts on Facebook? Is this an insult?I know it means lots of luck, is this literal?
by dashingscorpio 4 years ago
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...
by Keri Summers 6 years ago
Does LOL mean Laughs Out Loud or Lots of Love?I think I may have used it inappropriately.
by Faith Reaper 2 years ago
Does anyone else love the crabby cartoon character, Maxine, and if so, please share a favorite line?Maxine's funny quotes on life bring a lot of laughter, at least for me, and a reminder to not take ourselves too seriously. Do you have a particular quote by Maxine you love? Of course, I...
by rmcrayne 9 years ago
Is there really this much laughing going on out there responding to forum threads? I have a good sense of humor and smile a lot when reading posts, but seldom do I actually LOL, much less would I be ROFL or LMAO. Are you folks really doing all this laughing, or rather smiling, nodding...
by lyricsingray 8 years ago
Need a thread to say anything on New Years DayGood and BadI've had 3 hours sleep but instead of trying to get more I am writing a Hub and posting threads in the forum. My mother would be so proud chat away (I hope)
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