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1.
Funny on a scale that kills 6 million people.
"man that joke caused a lolocaust"
by Brando January 21, 2006
 
2.
This is the term used to describe the effect of a massively funny joke or situation, one that causes 6 million or more people to die laughing.
The term "Lolocaust" references The Holocaust, a massive extermination of Slavs, physically or mentally disabled peoples, gay men, religious and political dissidents, and, mostly notably, Jews, which occurred during World War II at the hands of the Nazis.
by D.J. Roefaro December 22, 2007
 
3.
A satire, most commonly on 'Loldozer' or 'Roflcopter'. As opposed to 'My Roflcoper goes swa swa swa', one may put forth 'My Lolocaust goes swa, swa, swastika'.

Furthermore, a lot of people died in the Holocaust.
"My Lolocaust goes Swa, swa. swastika'
by Zach Powers October 07, 2006
 
4.
The systematic, bureaucratic, state-sponsored murder of approximately six million lolz.
by bobjobforjohn January 24, 2011
 
5.
a lolocaust is a genocide of epic proportion however it is only acceptable to mock said genocide 50 years or more after the incident.
holocaust=ok

rwanda genocide=not cool

as you can see, the rules for calling lolocaust are clear
by chubby thy legend January 29, 2010
 
6.
A satirical play on the word holocaust and the netspek term 'lol.' Used as a sarcastic reference to the overuse of lol, but is often used to mock netspeak in general, as well as those who use it.
omfg leik ur teh l337 hax0r lolocaust!!1!. Idiot, get a dictionary.
by Hauptjäger January 25, 2005
 
7.
"Lawl*o*Cost" - An event that occurs when an individual overuses the term "Lol", in a textual, written, or vocal context. The outcome could be genocidal, meaning it could kill an an entire generation of people. Many people like to believe this never happened. It did, and is reoccurring on a daily basis.
"Lol, I was like totally supposed to go to the mall today lol, but I didn't cause I had like a Doctors appt. Lol. Lulz. Lawl." This is a Lolocaust
by Grammar_Nazi18 March 18, 2011