Howls of laughter. Used when you want to express another level up in funny from LOL.
He reached across the bar and knocked his drink over. LOL. But when he tried to catch it, his other hand slapped down on his plate and he flipped his French fries with ketchup into his face. HOL!
lol over something/someone
To comment "lol" or laugh over someone/something
lol over (past tense): I feld bad that he loled over on my serious comments
lol over (continuous present tense): Why are everybody loling over my result
|45.||my karma ran over your dogma|
1. When the little buddha folk take over the government.
2.My car ran over your dog (said when you can't confess fully)
<BuddhistPriest> I am a sorry a sir!! My karma ran over your dogma!!!
<BushHead> Oh dear God NO!!!
<HindyMindy> Wear is meh dawg?? lolz.
<JungFuck> My karma ran over your dogma. LOL!!
<HindyMindy> ... OMG! WTF>?!?!?
A person who, when chatting with text over the internet, will almose always respond to something with "lol". This person also doesn't think through what is being said.
Fred Says: Wow, tomorrow's social studies test is going to be queer
John Says: lol
Fred says: Hahah, this is a funny pic
(Imagine a link to a funny pic here)
Fred Says: lol
Abbreviation for "Laughing Out Loud In Real Life." It is used over the internet to express that you aren't just laughing on the internet, but in real life as well.
Kenneth: I failed my Spanish test today.
Julian: lol irl
laughing on line
also know as laugh out loud and over used so you dont really have to say anything
aimloser1- i went to the store yesterday
It's original definition was "Laughing out loud" (also written occasionally as "Lots of Laughs"), used as a brief acronym to denote great amusement in chat conversations.more...
Now, it is overused to the point where nobody laughs out loud when they say it. In fact, they probably don't even give a shit about what you just wrote. More accurately, the acronym "lol" should be redefined as "Lack of laughter."
Depending on the chatter, its definition may vary. The list of its meanings includes, but is not limited to:
1) "I have nothing worthwhile to contribute to this conversation."
2) "I'm too lazy to read what you just wrote so I'm typing something useless in hopes that you'll think I'm still paying attention."
3) "Your statement lacks even the vaguest trace of humor but I'll pretend I'm amused."
4) "This is a pointless acronym I'm sticking in my sentence just because it's become so engraved into my mind that when chatting, I MUST use the meaningless sentence-filler 'lol.'"
See: lmao, lmfao, rofl, lawl, heh