fenderbender77:...?how was your day?
fenderbender77:ok...well I just found out that I have herpes...and...Jenny was hit by a car, also the other day, I found out that I had type 4 liver cancer too.
Nathan: I know! It's like, hilarious, right?
Marcie: Sure. Whatever you say, Nathan.
Laughing but not thinking whatever the comment was, was funny.
Person B: "Oh... thanks.. lol.."
Person A: "YOUR MOM IS A CHICKEN SALAD"
Person B: "lol..." (oi.. what a moron.)
people say it in texts and on msn, myspace and places like that.
now it's completely worthless, and just fills copnversation gaps.
teenagers are using the internet so much now, they even say 'lol' out loud. which is pathetic, lets be honest
holly: you alright?
izzy: yeah, you?
holly: yeah thanks
izzy: ah wicked
holly: i hate my life its so crap i really really want to die cause my family have cancer and my dog got run over and im failing at school and all my family hate me. i'm gonna kill myself
izzy: haha lol.
over 90% of the time, people aren't really laughing when the term lol is used, although LOL written out as capitals, has greater chance of the person laughing.
Variations on the term are as follows:
lal or lawl: The pronounciation of lol, phonetically correct.
Lolz: Frequently used in place of lol
lulz: Is frequently used being a corruption of lol.
mdr: A French expression of "lol", initials stand for "Mort de rire" translates to "Dying of laughter"
555: Is the thailand variation, 5 is pronounced as "ha" in Thai, therefore 555 would be "hahaha"
asg: Sweedish abbreviation of the term asgrav, meaning Intensive Laughter.
Kek: Founded from the popular online game known as World Of Warcraft, it's the hordes translation to lol.
kik: An easily made typo of the term lol, understandable from most people, as the "O" is directly above the "L" and the "K" is next to the "L" with the "I" directly above the "K"
The word lol is also used when the distrubuter of the word doesn't have anything to say in response, therefore he will use the term lol, hoping the other guy will elaborate on what he said, or change the topic all together.