An upgrade from the original word "rofl", which means "Rolling on the floor laughing". Has been first upgraded with the extension "zor", which is a suffix from the leet language, making "roflzor".
"Roflzorusness", with the help of the suffix "ness", is a much more stronger "rofl", a UBER "rofl". The one you use when you're out of your words.
When you see a video on youtube of two stupid 13 years old girls singing some Britney. You then state ROFLZORUSNESS.
When you PWN a nub on dota and that he instantantly leaves because you're too leet for him. "ROFLZORUSNESS what a nublet".
When you just said something to someone that made him in a "Pwned" state, you then say ROFLZORUSNESS.
When something gets you out of your words, and that you feel like adding the leet "zor" suffix to "wow".
A bigger wow than the word "wow". More significative. Means that you're much more irritated.
Wowzor, this game is so rigged.
Something pisses you real hard : Wowzor
This is used when you need a stronger word to ask someone to shut up.
In fact, the acronym has been changed by the years of usage and is now, a word by itself.
***The word "STFU" is said "STUFU".
So, "Stfu", spelled "Stufu" is said instead of "Shut Up".
But some exceptions occurs when it is employed as a single word instead of a sentence.
For example ; if you say "Stfu" only, it is a sentence meaning "Shut up", but if you say "Shut the stfu", "Stfu" becomes just a word, combined with "shut the", meaning anything stronger than "(shut the) fuck up" or "(shut) up", giving a stronger impact on the sentence.
"Stfu" as a sentence ;
-Annoying dude annoys
-Annoyed dude says : Stfu
-Annoying dude says ; F U
"stfu" as a word in a sentence ;
-Annoying dude annoys
-Annoyed dude says ; Shut the stfu
-Annoying dude says nothing.
-Random dude says ; OMG you really made him Stfu dude!
Stronger impact and better result. Try it for yourself.
A person that is noob.
A person that blows
A person that is noob and blows.
No, that's now how you do it, nooblow.
An abbreviated term for "Youtube It".
Used when you're telling someone (mostly over the internet) to go for a search on YouTube for a certain concern, and you wanna pass by a few letters and save approximatly 2.3796 seconds of your lifetime.
Same idea as "Google It".
Guy: Hey, do you know that song named "Dead Bodies Everywhere" from Korn ?
Gal: No, what is it ?
Gal: k sec