lightening a text message mood
Person 1: Quit texting me funny shit while I’m in class. I almost got my phone confiscated!
Person 2: wth? What happened?
Person 1: I LLOL during the lecture
Person 2: LLOL u dumbass
Because LOL is completely overused and has lost its meaning, therefore you can only use this when you have actually physically laughed.
Marvin- nothing lol u?
David- just realised I have a vagina
Marvin-*physically laughs” LLOL dude
-as opposed to lol which means, “laughing out loud” and is frequently used over an internet or text message conversation to ease tension or cover up a lengthy lapse in conversation where you are not actually laughing.
Person 2: LLOL
Person 1: yeah lol
Person 2: NO LIKE FOR REAL. I AM ACTUALLY LAUGHING SO HARD RIGHT NOW
LLOL does not replace the current acronym of “LOL,” (Laugh Out Loud), it should simply be used to more accurately describe the audible humor you are experiencing.
This acronym was founded and first used by Rachael Fry, a 2008 Murray State University graduate, and current Nashville, TN resident.
B: “LOL, why?”
A: “I woke up an hour late, spilled coffee all down the front of my white pants on the way to work, got a speeding ticket and then accidentally spit on my boss during my presentation.”
A: “Are you seriously laughing about this?”
B: “YES..that’s why I put ‘LLOL.’ I’m LITERALLY LAUGHING OUT LOUD.”
A: “You’re a jerk.”
As opposed to it’s lesser brother the “lol,” which is just a frivolous expression used to indicate a nod to humor, “LLOL” is what one says when they actually laugh out loud at something, indicating to their conversational partner that what they said actually made them “laugh out loud.”
Britney: “Yeah, but the other day, I saw Jeff spill his drink on Casey’s brand new dress! THAT made me LLOL.”