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By the way, for anyone that gets a "lol" from me, I really mean I'm laughing out loud. I don't like being dishonest with these stuff.

Like when I'm in classes and message something funny to a classmate and he replies "rofl", I really expect him to be rolling on the floor laughing but fuck, he's there sitting with a perfect pose without even a smirk on his face. Next time you rofl at me, motherfucker, I expect you to be rolling in the floor. ROLLING ON THE FLOOR LAUGHING.

So appreciate my lols please. I mean them. I lol in the subway, my car, in classes and the bathroom. I'm sincere with them.

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  • 4
    THIS THIS THIS THIS FUCKING THIS I CAN'T FUCKING STAND IT WHEN PEOPLE USE THAT WORD WITHOUT FULLY FUCKING MEANING IT THANK YOU
  • 5
    in dutch 'lol' means 'fun'. so I find myself often using that word when I think something is fun, without actually laughing.
  • 3
    @marthulu Then the dutch shall be forgiven. May the Dutch employ lol as in their native tongue :)
  • 3
    @ThatDude what? how? Why?
  • 3
    Fine people. You will now receive these replies for all but your best jokes: limh, ssc, ma, sfiftl.

    I'll let you figure out what they mean.
  • 2
    @jphager2

    "Living in my house."
    "Securely socket connecting."
    "Mildly annoyed."
    "So funny i'm fucking totally laughing."

    Am I close?
  • 2
    @shellbug you got 5 words exactly right 2 were close.
  • 1
    @demiko I wasn't aware of this. Looks like russians are pretty special
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