I love all the discussions here with one minor detail - I don’t actually care if you were reading someone’s funny response to a post and it caused to ROLF, LOL, IMNAL, spit tea out your nose, cause you to muffle your guffaws amidst curious co-workers, or anything else. Why? Because it’s not actually funny to hear that lame shit. If something’s funny, it’s self-evident. I don’t think we need to chime in with lame little comments and inexplicable abbreviations to up our posting counter, or whatever the hell that little thing is called.
I say everyone make a little promise to themself to banish LOL and ROFL, along with felch, from their posting vocabulary. I don’t mind IMHO, as it actually serves a purpose. You can use that one if you’d like.
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Oh, and that :random actions enclosed in colons: shit’s gotta go, to. What’s up with that? This ain’t a MOO. I think that’s lame, too. IMHO.