Literally laughing out loud
That was so funny, I am LLOL right now.
Aren't you in a meeting?
|LOL||Laughing out loud|
|ALOL||Actually laughing out loud|
|ELOL||Evil laugh out loud|
|LNOL||Laughing not out loud|
|GOL||Giggling out loud|
|LOLOL||Lots of laugh out louds|
|lolz||Laugh out louds|
|COL||Crying out loud|
|DISTOL||Did I say that out loud?|
Let's face it: Most people who use the LOL acronym are not actually laughing out loud. Those who use the acronym LLOL, however, are "literally laughing out loud." (Also, they are not liars, like all those LOL users.)
Some say LLOL originated when an online chat user mistyped LOL, because they were laughing so very hard. The user attempted to disguise their mistake by saying the extra L stood for "literally." Chatters and texters have been using LLOL to mean "literally laughing out loud" ever since.