Okay can you guys to keep this thread alive for as long as possible by any means necessary?
lol...this is thread is going to be epic.
hopefully it stays up long enough that i can post again tonight
This is stupid.

*Secretly enjoys bumping thread*
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This is not stupid.

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Shut up. Actually, higher mods...can we ban him for being a cunt?
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Ok ill keep this thread going.

How you guys doin today?

My cat died and my best friend lost his virginity my ex girlfriend in a shed.
Here's some useful facts

"Lol" redirects here. For other uses, see Lol (disambiguation).
Look up LOL, lol in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

LOL (also written lol) is a common element of Internet slang used, historically, on Usenet but now widespread to other forms of computer-mediated communication such as instant messaging, and even spread to face-to-face communication. It is an acronym for "laughing out loud"[1][2][3] or "laugh out loud",[4] or, less commonly, "lots of luck" or "lots of love".[3] "LOL" is one of many initialisms for expressing bodily reactions, in particular laughter, as text, including initialisms such as "ROFL" (or "ROTFL") ("roll(ing) on the floor laughing"),[5][6] a more emphatic expression of laughter, "LMAO" ("laughing my ass off")[7].

The list of initialisms "grows by the month"[5] and they are collected along with emoticons and smileys into folk dictionaries which are circulated informally amongst users of Usenet, IRC, and other forms of (textual) computer-mediated communication.[8] These initialisms are controversial, and several authors recommend against their use, either in general or in specific contexts such as business communications.

The use of LOL to express laughter is unrelated to other uses of the abbreviation, many of which, such as "lots of love", predate the Internet.[citation needed] LOL has also superseded the more-obvious "Ha!" that letter writers used to use.[citation needed]