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ROFL

slang An initialism of "rolling on the floor laughing," used in text-based communication to indicate that one thinks that something is very funny or ridiculous. Often lower case. I just saw a monkey riding on the back of a pig! rofl

ROTFL

slang An initialism of "rolling on the floor laughing," used in text-based communication to indicate that something is very funny or ridiculous. Often lower case. More commonly seen as "ROFL." I just saw a monkey riding on the back of a pig! rotfl

ROTFL

verb

RO(T)F(L)

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.

ROFL

verb
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Or indeed lol or rofl, meaning - I was later informed by my resident 16-year-old - "Laugh our loud" and "Roll on the floor laughing".
The lingo among youths has evolved from the "LOL" and "ROFL" (rolling on the floor laughing) of the previous generation, to acronyms and phrases such as "like a boss", "troll" or "facepalm".
Then there's the ROFL flick Fun Size, directed by Gossip Girl's Josh Schwartz.
The first thing I did on arriving home was locate my laptop and search for the meaning of ROFL.
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In the movie, Nick serenades you with an adorable Adam Sandler-like song, "Introducing Me," with some ROFL lyrics.
Turns out, rather amusingly as she tells it, that even her son, who prides himself on being 'with the times' returned home from office just the other day with an anecdote that cracked his children up and literally had them ROFL.
that he Rolls On the Floor Laughing before sending ROFL in text/chat reply
ROFL 80 hard, milk shoots out of your nose, which sends your friends into another fit of hysterics.
It also explains the meaning of chatty and personal internet shortforms such as FWIW, MUSM, ROFL, JMHO and SOHF.
I've seen abbreviations in my dictionary, but I don't think ROFL (roll on the floor laughing) and LOL (laughing out loud) is something that is really catchy.
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Or is he so honest that he actually rolls on the floor and laughs before sending ROFL in text/chat reply?
P***ing myself laughing - a slightly ruder version of ROFL, or rolling on the floor laughing.