In Brief~Situations and Abbreviations! ;)

29 Aug

There was a time when we used to heartily laugh when in a group, be it among friends or family. And then took over the phenomenon of short text messaging (SMS), online chatting and social networking. People began to spend more time on their personal computers, meet other such freaks online, chit-chat, gossip and become “friends” with each other.
In this entire transformation of personal to online interaction, people forgot to have a hearty laugh in actual. We now do a LOL (Laugh Out Loud) or a ROFL (Rolling On Floor Laughing) and many more, at basically anything and everything without even actually doing it!! πŸ˜›

I had reached the bus station earlier than expected, and was waiting for a friend to arrive. So to check where she was I texted her “hey where are you?”…and she replied with a “In a crowded bus – no place to breathe – stuck in traffic – should take some time to reach”…
I replied back in an awfully disgusting way…saying, “hope you have no armpits around” and her reply had a “ROFL” πŸ˜›
I shot back asking “You were saying that you are in a crowded bus…how did you manage to laugh rolling on the floor?” πŸ˜‰
“GET LOST YOU DUFFER” – was all that I got back as a reply. πŸ˜€

And then there are those intelligent fools who use these abbreviations, not knowing what they actually mean.
I had shared such an experience in a post before (link: HERE). When I received his message that morning, I didn’t know whether to laugh or feel sad – as his message read “My grandpa died last night buddy. LOL 😦 ”
Later I got to know that he had bloody no idea about these abbreviations…nor did he realize they were abbreviations in the first place. Being new to the world of texting, he had received texts containing “LOL’s and ROFL’s” and even he began to use those in a way punctuations (comma’s and fullstop’s) are used! πŸ˜›

And now there are lots of extentions to these two basic abbreviated laughters…some abbreviations are so long that they themselves need to be re-abbreviated. :mrgreen:
1) ROFLMAO (Rolling On Floor Laughing My Ass Off) – This is a very tricky one…you not just roll on the floor, but you even make your bottoms laugh!! Uff…how! πŸ˜›
2) ROSL (Rolling On Seat Laughing) – Hats off to whoever came with this modified one…he/she must be one damn lazy person who preffered to sit on a rolling chair and laugh…some IT geek possibly!! πŸ˜‰
3) LOLTTSDFME (Laugh Out Loud Till Tears Start Dropping From My Eyes) – almost made me cry! πŸ˜›
4) ROFLMAOTMJSTP (Rolling On Floor Laughing My Ass Off Till My Jaws Start To Pain) – This one needs to be re-abbreviated…the abbreviation in itself is too long and makes one go nuts to remember!!

God alone knows what the future will be like…but off-late I see that we have even begun to use these terms in our conversations!
“Where you off to man?”
“To the hairstylist”
“You mean to that corner shop barber with a broken chair, and who has a broken front tooth?”
“Shh man…don’t say that loud…what if others get to know how cheap I’m…L-O-L…”

πŸ™„ 😈 πŸ™„


Posted by on August 29, 2010 in Friends, Happens~2~me


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8 responses to “In Brief~Situations and Abbreviations! ;)

  1. aaradhnak

    August 29, 2010 at 4:43 pm

    β€œGET LOST YOU DUFFER” – was all that I got back as a reply.// hiihih are you sure this is all you got back in reply and there were no other good words? πŸ˜›

    ihhihi ROFL @ the pic πŸ˜† ( now don’t ask me where i am rofling πŸ‘Ώ )

    what if others get to know how cheap I’m// aahhahahhah πŸ˜† πŸ˜† how cheap are you?? :mrgreen:

  2. Rajlakshmi

    August 29, 2010 at 5:42 pm

    heheehhe ya i remember reading that post πŸ˜€
    ROFLMAOTMJSTP // baapre ye kiya πŸ˜› isko short karke hame bhi batana πŸ˜€

  3. Amrita Roy

    August 29, 2010 at 8:53 pm

    The pic is awesome hehehhehehehe

    I think I’m one of the rare species which refuses to use LOL, or ROFL, ROFLMAO.. not because I have a fathead, but because I really can’t remember the full forms :\

    ‘ROFLMAOTMJSTP’ killed me!!!

    Some people have got into a habit of writing LOL after everything. For eg : what would the effect be ? if the dialogue was “HI, I’m Edward Cullen LOL”

    -great post πŸ™‚

  4. vivek

    August 29, 2010 at 9:07 pm

    super super super..
    good one, i had read a similar post by tiks n there too i had a hearty laugh, not the ROFL one.. πŸ˜›
    u are one intelligent species man..
    that mao n rofl one was good… too good..
    i guess i lag too much behind this..
    there was a time, not long back, when i too had no idea about lamo, rofl n lol..
    i asked a girl whats, “lmao”..
    she replied, “laugh my a** out”, i was naive enough to ask back again, “whats a**?” to which she said, “duffer” πŸ˜›
    so we both are duffers!!!

  5. Tavish {Sensible Bakwas}

    August 30, 2010 at 12:49 am

    I am gonna start of with a big LOL πŸ˜›

    loved every ROFL and ROFLAMO in it hehe

    u know what? A couple of days back, when i was talking toa friend… i almost said LOL while laughed at his joke… thank god i stopped myself, else the situation could have been really embarrassing… πŸ˜›

    good one Sree… keep them coming…

  6. Thousif Raza

    September 1, 2010 at 3:54 pm

    lol mate πŸ˜›

    nice one… had a nice laugh… not particulary a lol becasue rgt now i’m in the libarary so πŸ˜›
    and cute clicks for the indi photos πŸ™‚

    take care and keep writing…..

  7. Sree

    October 7, 2010 at 1:03 pm

    Thanks a lot guys!! πŸ˜€


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