ROFL is one of the most common ways to express loud laughter. Depending on the context, the term and LOL (loud laughter) may be used interchangeably. You can think of it as a stronger version of LOL. You should use Cracking the f**k up when there is an obvious joke or a very random funny moment, as opposed to LMAO where you laugh out loud or ROFL where you literally roll on the floor laughing.
Many acronyms are used to express physical responses, including laughter as text, such as LMAO (“laugh out loud”) and ROFL or ROTFL (“laugh out loud on the floor”). This is a sarcastic version of the acronym LMAO (laugh until the line is dropped), also commonly used to express feelings. LMAO has several different meanings, but LMAO is most often used to tell a person that something is interesting. LMAO is one of many common words used in text messaging, instant messaging, chat, and on Facebook and Twitter.
Abbreviations for various other things are also used in text messages. We have acronyms and acronyms that apply not only to the marketing terms we use, but also to the way we communicate with each other. Many people on sites like Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter use these acronyms and acronyms. Don’t use these acronyms or chat slang with people who don’t use them.
Let’s face it, we can’t use these slang acronyms in our text messages all the time. When we say these slang abbreviations are chat slang, we mean we use them in messages, emails, comments, etc.
If there is something very funny, you can also add an F in the middle, which will make it LMFAO (laughs). LMFAO has an almost identical meaning, but has the word “F” added to it to create Laughing My F**king A**Off.
The word F is used to indicate that you laughed a lot about something, such as a humorous message. Usually, people use it in written conversations to show that they think something is interesting.
If you find something interesting in a chat conversation, you can use ROFL. Instead, use ROFL when someone is saying something interesting, and use ROFLMAO for more interesting conversations. If you find it very funny and even makes you laugh a little, you can answer ROFL or ROFLMAO, depending on how funny you think it is.
The term ROFL is used to indicate that we laugh a lot at a comment or situation. Remember that as kids we laughed so hard we rolled on the floor, that’s what ROFL stands for. The ROFL is that this isn’t the first time the word “roll” has been used to describe someone who laughs hysterically. ROFL has always meant “rolling on the floor laughing,” so people rarely misinterpret it as being sarcastic or passive-aggressive.
Instead, ROFLMAO is used to mean rolling around on the floor like a laughing helicopter. The term is intentionally used in posts, as opposed to LOL which people add to sentences where LOL doesn’t necessarily make sense. ROFL is used to mean that we laugh a lot at a funny situation or comment, but we laugh a lot more than when we use LOL, and we don’t want to fall into the vulgarity of the term LMAO. Such jargon should only be used with like-minded people who understand very well that when you say ROFL, you are not really rolling on the ground.
If someone scores ROFL, they’ll find something really interesting. The term ROFL (or ROTFL) is used to describe a reaction to something very interesting. QOTD is more often used with simple ROFL, it’s a response to something really interesting and more important than LOL.
The abbreviation WAP is used when something very funny is going on in a conversation. The abbreviation is used in the same way as Lmsydtynimms, but you should avoid it in formal communication.
The expression “law” is sometimes meant to ridicule those who use Internet jargon initialization, rather than expressing laughter. Words like LOL (meaning laugh out loud), LMAO, and LMFAO make up what is called net talk, sometimes also called chat talk. LOL, it’s so widely used now that it was recognized by the Oxford English Dictionary in March. While LOL and ROFL basically mean the same thing, the widespread use of LOL in any kind of communication has somehow taken away its power.
As we know, slang acronyms and emoticons make our conversation more expressive and interesting, whether you’re laughing or not, but when you use LMAO in your chat, it means you’ve found something funny. Or maybe I’m not laughing out loud, but I could use the phrase LOL to express my appreciation for your attempt at a joke.
The purpose of using such acronyms online is to let recipients know that what they sent, what they said, or the meme in which they tagged you was so funny that they started rolling on the floor laughing. There are other similar acronyms for different levels of jokes, or something like a friend just said to make you laugh, but with different levels of laughter.