"I'm Actually Laughing"
It has come to attention that people often say 'lol', and that word has no meaning anywhere. You never know whether or not the person has actually laughed, unless they say, "dude, that was so funny, i'm laughing!". However, saying that often kills a joke.
"I Actually Lol'ed" doesn't work either since 'lol' has no definitive meaning.
IAL signifies that a person is actually laughing. Laughter has a meaning that everyone knows. If not, get some friends or read a joke book.
"... then I said, where do you get YOUR clothes from? The toilet store?"
"i completely understand what you are saying"
"dude don't kill it"
A combination of the words number and letter, in their literal sense. A lumber can be a letter, a number, or a combination of both.
Should be used in a conversation where the discussion can be about letters and numbers, and to avoid mistakes like "What's the answer to number 'b'?", or "Please reference section C... letter 14."
John: "Hey I'm on question 2 right now. Did you get number 'c'?"
Jane: "Number c? Sorry I have no idea what you are talking about."
John: "Oh, my bad. Did you get lumber 2c?"
Jane: "Yes, yes I did."