An acronym for Instant Messaging Virtual Universe. This term usually refers to a specific instant messaging client developed by IMVU inc. which was founded by Will Harvey. IMVU has been in public beta since April 2, 2004 and continues to prosper with 20 million registered users and 600,000 active users as of June 6, 2008. IMVU has the world's largest catalog of virtual goods with over 3 million items produced by over 100,000 content creators.
An example of an IMVU virtual chat:
Person 1: hey there
Person 2: hey
Person 1: how are you?
Person 2: im good
Person 1: asl?
The few seconds of audio a computer makes after a window is closed that was playing audio. A lul usually occurs between the closing of the window and the few seconds of audio. This usually happens with aged computers and tends to happen more and more as time goes by.
Music Player: "Play that funky music white boy
Play that funky music right
Play that funky music white boy"
- Window Closes -
3 Seconds Later...
Music Player (Ghost Audio): "'Till you die."
The belief that one gaming console is better than another and therefore under no circumstance can be better or as good as that console. This belief usually continues to the games of that console and that even if a game is available for multiple consoles, the version of the console which the person believes to be better is better in all ways than the other console versions.
Person 1: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 for the Xbox 360 is better than Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 for the PlayStation 3 since the Xbox will always be better than the PlayStation 3.