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#1
lol
lolz
lawl
lawlz
lollerskates
cerebralawlsys
lmao
lmfao
lmmfao
rofl
roflmao
rofflez
roflcopter
stfu
gtfo
brb
omg
omfg
omgwtfbbq
wtf
ftw
ftl
imo
imho
jk

If you had the power to ban any of them, would you? And if so, which one?

I personally hate "rofl". I highly doubt anyone has rolled on the floor laughing from a comment on the internet.
#2
All of them

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#4
Cerebralawlsys is just about the stupidest ****ing thing I've seen
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#10
i can't stand "lol"
plus it is used the most so i get to make the biggest change by making it illegal.
#13
nooooooo i wouldn't.
they help structure a convosation.
otherways ul be saying
hehe or haha.
and sound like some pedo
#14
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i can't stand "lol"
plus it is used the most so i get to make the biggest change by making it illegal.

stfu j/k
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#15
what the does IMAO and ROFL mean anyway
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#16
Quote by fredzeskater
nooooooo i wouldn't.
they help structure a convosation.
otherways ul be saying
hehe or haha.
and sound like some pedo

i always say "haha" and i do not sound like a pedo.
#17
For something to be an acronym it has to be a word derived from the first letters of a phrase (e.g. radar, NATO, laser), not just a collection of the first letters of a phrase (e.g. BBC, brb, stfu, gtfo, wtf, ftw). Most of the "acronym"s you list are, in fact, not acronyms.
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#18
Lawl.

Just say LOL if you really bloody have to. Why make an abbreviation longer? And pronounce it more annoyingly? Just shut up.

I wouldn't ban LOLZ, Lollerskates, ROFL, or Roflcopter though because I like to use them jokingly.
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#21
I hate it on an instant messenger with 'lol'

Me: Hey
other guy: hi
me: *says something not really funny*
other guy: lol

It really pisses me off.
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#22
Quote by fredzeskater
nooooooo i wouldn't.
they help structure a convosation.
otherways ul be saying
hehe or haha.
and sound like some pedo


Yes, because only paedophiles laugh naturally. Everyone else just says LOL the whole time. (That was sarcasm. You're a fuckwit.)
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#23
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For something to be an acronym it has to be a word derived from the first letters of a phrase (e.g. radar, NATO, laser), not just a collection of the first letters of a phrase (e.g. BBC, brb, stfu, gtfo, wtf, ftw). Most of the "acronym"s you list are, in fact, not acronyms.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acronym
#25
Quote by fredzeskater
nooooooo i wouldn't.
they help structure a convosation.
otherways ul be saying
hehe or haha.
and sound like some pedo

Wow, two words are spelled correctly. I believe you have set a new Pit record. Also, you could always learn proper English and grammar and then use formal techniques with which to structure a conversation, but what do I know?
#26
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I personally hate "rofl". I highly doubt anyone has rolled on the floor laughing from a comment on the internet.

i gotta agree with u there. for me its rofl and lawl
lawl coz thas just a silly way of lol'ing and rofl coz i also seriously doubt any one would roll around on the floor larfing....
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Wow, two words are spelled correctly. I believe you have set a new Pit record. Also, you could always learn proper English and grammar and then use formal techniques with which to structure a conversation, but what do I know?


Isn't it "spelt"? Calling all grammar nazis, calling all grammar nazis, respond please!
#30
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Arent those abbreviations not acronyms?


Exactly

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Isn't it "spelt"? Calling all grammar nazis, calling all grammar nazis, respond please!


Depends whether you're American or British.
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#31
Quote by 7DaySkeptic
Isn't it "spelt"? Calling all grammar nazis, calling all grammar nazis, respond please!

'Spelt' is the pastparticiple of 'to spell'.
But I believe 'spelled' is also acceptable.

I remember having a big debate (well more of an argument) over this at the popomundo.com forums...
I prefer to use spelt.
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#33
Quote by 7DaySkeptic
Isn't it "spelt"? Calling all grammar nazis, calling all grammar nazis, respond please!


Grammar Nazi reporting! (Ok so I'm not in the UG club, but I still act like one and we all know that's what counts...)

Spelt is the original English word (and a crop of some sort apparently) and spelled is the American version because for some reason they couldn't grasp the little nuance in our language.
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#35
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Arent those abbreviations not acronyms?


No, they're acronyms.
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#36
so can some1 please tell me what imo, imao and rofl mean
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#38
I hate it when some idiot feels the need to put LOL at the end of every sentence.

Example:
Me: What did you do today?
Idiot: went out lol
Me: How is that remotely funny?
Idiot: what? dunno lol
Me: Or that?
Idiot: dunno lol
Me: Then why say lol?
Idiot: er... *head explodes
Me:

Anyone who does that in a conversation with me on msn is immediately blocked. Fortunately, my close friends aren't total morons.
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#39
There all mildly funny................on teh internets. Please, don't use them in real conversation. I have yet to hear someone say roflcopter in a conversation, but I know people who say "lol" and "jk" when I talk to them
#40
Quote by J.A.R.
so can some1 please tell me what imo, imao and rofl mean


In my opinion

Laugh(ing) my ass off

Rolling on (the) Floor Laughing
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