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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by blowtorch, Oct 14, 2019.
Most people who write LOL are lying.
When it does, they'll behave like they're the first people to have ever realized that one thing, act like they're very dynamic sharp minded people, and brag about it
I learned something too, your 90 and don't understand the vernacular. LMAO (Which I have a tendency to text as LAMO) LOL
LOL - (I spelled it backwards just to be different)
I'm still torqued off about the octothorp being turned into a pound sign.
Milt, we're gonna need to go ahead and move you downstairs into storage B. We have some new people coming in, and we need all the space we can get. So if you could just go ahead and pack up your stuff and move it down there, that would be terrific, OK?
Milton Waddams : Excuse me, I believe you have my stapler...
...Oh, and remember: next Friday... is Hawaiian shirt day. So, you know, if you want to, go ahead and wear a Hawaiian shirt and jeans.
Of course!......(and I'm being totally ironic there )
This reminds me of this wonderful guitar player, and he places the ES-335 on the counter of the shop, negotiates a fair price, then presents his credit card into the hand of the salesman and the available limit is not sufficient.
Lols are bad. Very bad. You and I know it. But what we needed to do, was trick someone with a "Wonderful Guy" image here into delivering the news. Because you and I are curmudgeons. We can't push stuff like this because our credit cards are already red hot. You know what I mean.
I always wondered about that.
Nah. "Like" is, like, totally valid.
And yet, here we are...
Lol as well.
No, that's the boomers' thing...lately you'd think they were the first generation ever to get old
Oh thank god. I was wondering what to add to my GOML list today.
I have never 'lol'ed.
It's just not in my genetic makeup.
I have also never roflmao, had a bff, or any of that sort of thing either.
I enjoy speaking, writing, typing, and exchanging information in the English language.
No judgement on those who do enjoy texting shorthand.
It's just not for me.
PS, Okay, I will cop to 'NGD'.
I do that a lot.
Language is a changing and evolving thing. We all know what LOL means an when it should be used. There are plenty of words I use in some contexts and not in others. I don't say 'F^^k this' in church or when describing my duties at work to my boss. LOL has it's place and context.
What's the problem?