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'I appreciate the fact that you're a computer whiz, Allan, but I'd prefer that you actually laugh out loud at my jokes.'
"Of course you still make me laugh, just not out loud."
'I have to disagree. I think the artist is laughing with us.'
American Gothic lol
"Stop signing memos with your initials, no-one is taking them seriously."
Monk scribe has written elaborate LOL.
Tags:lol, laugh out loud, text, texts, text message, text messages, abbreviations, cellphone, cellphones, cell phones, cell, cells, mobile, mobiles, phone, phones, texting, abbreviation, cell phone, technology, communications, telecommunications, electronic device, laughing, joke, jokes, sense of humour
Door changing from "707" to "LOL"
'Jones, you're not LOL.'
'We just got another 'LOL' text.'
"He took it with him."
Tags:wealth, can't take it with you, take it with you, taking it with you, lol, laugh out loud, last laugh, last laughs, cemetery, cemeteries, headstone, headstones, gravestone, gravestones, rich, riches, rich person, rich people, upper class, upper classes, 1%, privilege, privileged class, privileged classes
"Does she mean LOL funny or LOL strange?"
Tags:lol, laugh out loud, laughing out loud, abbreviate, abbreviates, abbreviation, acronym, acronyms, internet acronym, internet acronyms, elucidate, elucidates, abbreviations, laugh out loud, email, tweets, social media, word meaning, nuance, nuances, confuse, confuses, confusing, confusing meaning, confusing meanings, ambiguous, ambiguity, ambiguities
'When I texted you all regarding the manner in which he died, I was disappointed by how many of you responded with 'lol'.'
"So, we've processed your loan application and I'm afraid that it doesn't look too promising!"
'He's upset after finding out 'LOL' means 'lots of laughs'. . . not 'lots of loot.''
'Eddie, I'm sorry to have to tell you: When I sign my e-mails 'Lol' it stands for 'lots of laughs'. . . not 'lots of loot.''
"I think he just said I'm on a boat LOL ..."
Miserable guy texts 'lol'.
'Truthfully - do you really Laugh Out Loud at all my texts?'
'The Zoo just ain't what it used to be!'
'His last words were 'It only hurts when I laugh.''
'I'm your boss, Henderson, I expect you to actually laugh out loud at my jokes.'
'I've located the lost island of annoying texting clichés.'
'My client should get a shorter sentence since he did use 'Lol'.'