ROFL


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ROFL

abbreviation for
(Telecommunications) rolling on floor laughing
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Shenker, "ROFL: routing on flat labels," in Proceedings of the 2006 conference on Applications, technologies, architectures, and protocols for computer communications, pp.
In contrast, treatment with T.N (1, 5 and 10 mg/kg body wt.) or Rofl (5 mg/kg body wt.) reduced TNF-[alpha] and IL-6 levels compared to the CS group.
In an effort to increase her vocabulary, Nicki was then taught what 'well jel', 'totes' and 'ROFL' mean.
For example, LOL stands for 'laugh out loud' and ROFL stands for 'rolling on the floor laughing'.
In response to what I thought was a pretty weak attempt at humour , he replied: "ROFL".
If you thought something was really, really funny, for instance, you might type rofl - "rolling on the floor laughing" - or lmao - "laughing my (you know what) off".
I see our Australian friend is no longer 'ROFL' - he has downgraded to 'LOL'.
Why waste time typing "How are you?" or "That was really funny," when you can get the message across with "r u ok" (punctuation optional) and "ROFL"?
At home sometimes he'll pop in roller-skating movies such as Bow Wow's Rofl Bounce or T.I.'s ATL.