Dad entered Son’s room and found him asleep on his books, tired of exam studies.He walked closer to him..
and played with his hair softly, sweetly
“Last seen on whatsapp 1 minute ago”
2. OTHER SPELLINGS OF LOL
When we treat lol as just a word rather than an acronym, it means that we can change things about the letters just to indicate a different pronunciation, and without trying to come up with something they stand for. Changing the vowel, as in lel and lawl, indicates a more laid-back, less-laugh-y response, whereas repeating part of the word, as in lollll andlololol, indicates more actual laughter. And the combination of all-caps and reduplication—LOLOLOLOL—is the most likely to be genuine laughter of all the lol-variants, the more -OLs the better.
Whatsapp group mein maun rehkar,
Sirf messages padhne walo ke liye
Zabardast offer!!!…Bhootpurva PradhanMantri
Shri Manmohan Singh ji
Apna whatsapp group bana rahe hain..
It’s not just lol—there are other acronyms indicating laughter, such as lmao, lmfao, rotfl, rotflol for laughing my ass off, rolling on the floor laughing (out loud), and of course they can also be capitalized for emphasis. Lmao and lmfao are still relatively common, but while ROTFLOL had a great cameo in Weird Al’s “White and Nerdy,” it and rotfl have gotten rarer.
4. WORDS MADE FROM LOL
Lollerskates, lollercoaster, loltastic, roflcopter—these words are fantastically creative, but like rofl, they ring “vintage early 2000s” to me. Perhaps they’re due for an ironic revival? Another expansion is lulz, but it’s more of a noun than an emotive response: you can do something for the lulz or say that much lulz were had.
Another classic laughter expression that, like lol, has weakened through repeated use. Plain haha or autocorrected Haha are sufficient for mild amusement, but for true laughter, go for all-caps HAHA or one of the expansions below.
Fairly straightforward: evil or mock-evil is expressed as a variant on mwahaha or muahahah, with the usual caveats about reduplication of haand all-caps for emphasis.
8. HAHA IN OTHER LANGUAGES
Other languages use repetitions of different symbols, such as Spanish jajajaja (that’s the “j” sound as in jalapeño), Thai 5555 (the number 5 is pronounced ha), or Korean ㅋㅋㅋㅋ (pronounced kkkk—vowels are only written for louder laughter). A few languages also have their own acronyms, such as French mdr (mort de rire “dying of laughter”).
9. THIRD PERSON NARRATION
You can also choose to transcribe what you’re doing in the third person, almost as if you were giving stage directions of yourself. Some platforms may automatically turn *g* into a “grins” emoji, but you can also write longer versions like *laughs* or *laughs uncontrollably* or *spits water on keyboard*. This style is less common with laughter though, and more common with emotions that are hard to draw and don’t have
Kripaya turant JOIN kar lein!!!
“First come first serve only!” 😉
WhatsApp chhote bachho ke diaper ki tarah hota hai….
Hota kuchh nahin,
Lekin har 5 minute me check karna padta hai!
Attitude of Girls :
When a Boy Sends Dirty SMS.
She Laughs For 10 Minutes,
Forwards That to Her Friends
Then Replies the Boy
I Don’t Like That Kind of SMS!!
Admin jalebi bech raha tha,lekin bola raha tha.. “Aaloo le lo aaloo”Santa: Yeh to jalebi hai..Admin : Abe chup ho ja, warna makkhiya aa jayegi!Intelligent hai na apna Admin!!
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