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LOL

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"laughing out loud", or "lots of love" or "luck".

LOL

(1) "Laughing out loud" or "lots of luck." See digispeak.

(2) (LoL) (League of Legends) A very popular multiplayer video game from Riot Games, Los Angeles, CA, www.riotgames.com. Introduced in 2009, computer controlled "champions" engage in battle with each other in order to destroy the base of the opposing team. During peak hours, several millions of League of Legends (LoL) gamers are online worldwide.
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I always think the test of a good comedian is his ability to make people laugh out loud.
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Then in 1982 he starred in Trading Places, a film which you still remember bits of at odd moments and laugh out loud in the street.

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