ROFL


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ROFL

"Rolling on the floor laughing." Another variation is ROFLMAO, which means "rolling on the floor laughing my ass off." Also ROTFL; the "T" is added for the word "the." See digispeak.
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A number of internet slang acronyms such as ROFL (rolling on the floor laughing), ICYMI (in case you missed it), TBH (to be honest), and FWIW (for what it's worth) also make the list.
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.
The biggest text turn-off was bad spelling, closely followed by abbreviations (such as gr8 and l8r) and then acronyms such as LOL, ROFL or LMAO, revealed the survey, carried out by match.
If that doesn''t make you ROFL then you''re obviously not a texter.
Still, the stream of pronouncements was greeted with a fairly constant ripple of laughter punctuated by sustained bouts of guffaws and applause in what in this world of social media speak - one of many Bailey bug bears given an airing - would be described as overall more LOL than ROFL.
Then there's the ROFL flick Fun Size, directed by Gossip Girl's Josh Schwartz.
These include ROFL, rolling on the floor laughing, and TBH, to be honest.