LOLcat


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LOLcat

(ˈlɒlˌkæt)
n
an electronic image of a cat typically in a humorous pose and accompanied by a short message in the eccentrically spelled English used in many internet chatrooms, forums, etc
[C21: from LOL ‘laugh(ing) out loud’, an abbreviation commonly used in internet and text-message English]
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They have pop culture-inspired kits too: Friends, LOLCAT , Game of Thrones, Taylor Swift.
Contributions range freely from the socially conscious Ushahidi to the lolcat, from expert commentary to memes, from words of affirmation to vile comments.
IF you can admit to PMSL at a lolcat while eating al desko alongside the subject of your man crush, who has a mahoosive digital footprint, you are using several terms just added to a dictionary website.
com/en provides an introduction on e-reputation and a test that visitors can take to evaluate their knowledge of the web and determine the lolcat that corresponds to their specific profile.
You can't swing a dead lolcat in Google+ without hitting another tech journo.
The recently released LOLcat Bible (Ulysses Press) mashes up enduring sacred texts with the endearing Internet meme of captioned kitties.
The Lolcat Bible is an attempt to put the entire Bible into "lolspeak" or internet slang.
How to take over teh wurld: A LOLcat guide 2 winning.
I would have the lolcat videos on one wall, YouTube live concerts on another wall, and Hulu classic movies on a third.
The first lolcat, doomed to crave cheeseburgers forever more, was followed by others.
they create the bits of light that combine into LOLCat pictures and Comedy Central reruns.
Not only did Cashmore instantly recognize the cultural significance of social media, but he also had a knack for finding the right stories, whether they involved the commercial applications of YouTube or the endearing appeal of the latest LOLcat meme.