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lol
LOL stands for laugh out loud. It is commonly used on Instant messengers and followed by a smiley face, such as : ) At times, someone will say something on IM and follow it with LOL to show that thjey are joking. Many people think that it is overused, and find it annoying.
Chatter 1: "I can't believe I tripped in the lunch line today!"
Chatter 2: "LOL : )"

or

Chatter 1: " I can't believe I tripped in the lunch line today!"
Chatter 2: "I know...you're such a klutz! LOL"
av emster421 25 januari 2006
 
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lol
LoL used to be a term to describe laughing in an online conversation, meaning "laugh out loud"

Now, when used in actualy physical conversation, is a reference to an event, object, act, or thought, that is so stupid it could only be found on the internet.
"Dood, did you see that guy he looked like Guile from Street Fighter"

"LoL, you're an idiot."
av Jay Ferreira 15 september 2005
 
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LOL
1.verb:to laugh out loud...usually used online when nothing else is to be said.
VikramMC:I ate 2 pancakes yesterday.
Sally:LOL
VikramMC:What is this "LOL" you speak of?
Sally:Laugh out loud you stupid indian!
av Pakman 21 juli 2005
 
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LOL
Laughing Out Loud, Laughing On-Line
McCaine is a Senile Old man,lol.
av TRuNYC 8 september 2008
 
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LOL
A fast way to write "Laughing out loud" over IM's, TXT's, in chat rooms, etc.. You can tell what kind of person someone is by how they say lol in the real world. True pronunciation: lawl.
Jenny: Ell-oh-ell you are so funny!
Steve: "Ell-oh-ell"? Jeez I didn't know you were so preppy.
Craig: Lawl Steve I told you she wasn't your type.
Jenny: Oh-em-gee double u-tee-eff??? What makes me not your type???
Craig: Do you even know what lawl means?
Jenny: No.
Craig: Poser.
Jenny: FINALLY SOMEONE UNDERSTANDS ME!!!!!
(Jenny and Craig make out, while Steve hooks up with a cooler person, who pronounces lol correctly.)
av Kikasu 10 juli 2008
 
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lol
acronym for ''laughing out loud'', nevertheless due the over use of the word and its assimilation to every everyday chat conversations the correct meaning would be ''though'' in a backward usage. Intended to be use at the start or at the end of a sentence.
that video game is 30% off, are you ''gonna'' buy it
first use : yes, its expencive lol
second use: yes, lol its expenive
instead of ''yes, its expensive tough''
av Peter Manzo 21 november 2007
 
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lol
laughing out loud it an overly used phrase
ex: person number1: knock, knock\
now PERSON NUMBER TWO WOULD SAY: whos there lol
av hi its me 24 maj 2007