Life Is Fun.
An acronym that shows the user's current feeling of admiration for life. Also used as an excuse for extravagant ideas to develop into actions.
Less hedonistic that the commonly used term 'YOLO'; more an appreciation of the fun possibilities life offers.
1. One takes a moment to ponder during an enjoyable activity with friends and murmurs 'LIF', under one's breath.
A: 'Shall we go skiing next weekend'
A: 'Cos LIF'
B: 'Yeah, we should go! LIF'
A&B: (in synchrony) 'LIF'
(A & B smile)
An acronym for “Life Is Fantastic,” LIF has its roots in ancient Greek philosophy. It has evolved over time to be included in the 21st century jargon of highly intelligent, laid-back, fun, and fashion-forward people of all ages and backgrounds who believe that a life well-lived is a life spent enjoying one’s family, friends, community, and the things that make each of us happy.
Socrates (469 BC-399 BC): “Not life, but a LIFE THAT IS FANTASTIC, is to be chiefly valued.” Sadly, the guy translating this from Greek made it “Not life, but good life,” and we all know that fantastic beats good - in any language!
Wall Street executives, AIG conventioneers, and those voted off Survivor prior to injury or illness taking them out: "LIF!"
LIF is an acronym that comes from the 4 day Kairos retreat. One the forth day you are supposed to live out Christ's message for you. After the retreat, many of the people tell each other of "Live the Forth" or the fourth day of retreat. They can also use "LIF"
Remember to live the forth
HEY LIF today
Some f*@# tards way of misspelling life and not changing it before posting it as his status on facebook
I still need a date for Saturday and I love lif.