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interj. rolling on the floor laughing. (Used in electronic mail and computer forum or news group messages. Not pronounced aloud.) I was ROTFL when I read your note. That was too much.


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In the movie, Nick serenades you with an adorable Adam Sandler-like song, "Introducing Me," with some ROFL lyrics.
He said: "Most of language used online is inspired by the gaming world and used by the younger generation, such as LOL [acronym for 'laugh out loud'] or ROFL [rolling on the floor laughing].
The program, ROFL (translated "Value for Pocket Money"), was launched on January 23, 2001, on Viasat satellite network and TDC OnCable network in Scandinavia.
Or is he so honest that he actually rolls on the floor and laughs before sending ROFL in text/chat reply?
As per the NCBI ROFL blog, the patient would go blind immediately after the ejaculation but the blindness would never occur while performing any other strenuous exercise.
It also explains the meaning of chatty and personal internet shortforms such as FWIW, MUSM, ROFL, JMHO and SOHF.
OAP INTERNET VIRGINS Thur Sky1 8pm NEW SERIES Whether it's a selfie or a tweet, a ROFL or a YOLO*, the phenomenon of the World Wide Web can leave some people feeling a bit perplexed.
P***ing myself laughing - a slightly ruder version of ROFL, or rolling on the floor laughing.