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    you don't really need to use them; they're for silly people.
    No, they're an integral part of the history of Usenet (Which precedes fora such as this , and indeed, the proliferation of the Mobile Phone).

    You sound like a right barrel of laughs :rolleyes:
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    If this guy is at all trying to score off the success of "Who is Sticky?", it really isn't as funny...
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    you don't really need to use them; they're for silly people.
    They're conversation killers as well, its a hint that if some puts 'lol' they no longer wish to speak to you.
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    lol stands for Laugh Out Loud, there was once a childrens program on BBC1 called LOL and they kept saying "LOL...Laugh Out Loud"
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    I've always known it as laugh out loud or lots of love but i only ever use it as laugh out loud.
 
 
 

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