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Saturday, June 30, 2012

LOL



I have always been annoyed by people that are so afraid to offend that they give a little laugh after everything they say.  “Good morning…he he ha ha!”  WTF!  No matter how innocuous the comment they insert a tiny guffaw.  What they are really conveying is “just in case what I say might be offensive my laugh indicates I am just joking.”  This annoying laugh becomes a habit with some people.

The digital equivalent, and it is just as annoying, is LOL.

Come on people…take a chance…make your comment and let it stand on its own.  Same goes with JK.  Do we have to cyber-express every statement?

How about:

“My don’t you look nice” SWASF  (Said with a straight face) 

“Gee, it’s sooo good to see you” SPA (Smiling passive aggressively)  

“I hate when that happens” FF (Frowny face)

“That is a beautiful dress” SAYC (Staring at your cleavage)

“I got your money right here” GMC (Grabbing my crotch)

“Fuck you” FU (Fuck you)

“I disagree” GUTF (Giving you the finger)

“It’s not you, it’s me” IRU (It’s really you)

“I’d love to go to the ballet” RME (Rolling my eyes)

“I’d love to go to the opera” RMFE (Rolling my fucking eyes)

“We need to talk?” BMBOWMF (Blowing my brains out with my finger)

I think this idea of conveying emotion or facial expression with these stupid letter shortcuts is ridiculous.  I for one refuse to resort to this silly practice.

Sincerely COM (Cranky Old Man)

JK…LOL

15 comments:

  1. YAH.. you're a hoot.

    I'm familiar with a couple of folks who use LOL after every comment they write on blog posts - often about semi-serious subject matter. I have to wonder what they think it means. I heard about (probably through something like Damn You Autocorrect) of one woman who believed it meant Lots of Love and so it accompanied the news of Grandma's death.

    And then there's always this

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  2. Another great post, Cranky. JK, LOL, SWASF, SPA, FU, RME, BMFBOWMF.

    No, really , great post.

    S

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  3. Wow, you have quite a collection. I used one, once: ROFLMFAO.

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  4. Mildly amusing. Thank you. SWASF

    So using that one. :-)

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  5. Oh, I do luv you, COM.

    Your posts are brilliant and always make me smile, laugh out loud, guffaw or, very occasionally, groan.

    Please don't stop.

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  6. Very funny (POYOC) "Piss off you old coot! :)

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  7. Thanks for providing a dictionary of these terms. I've been wondering about a few of them.

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  8. HAHAHAHA!!! Perfect! That's what has happened to our society with all the texting/facebook/im craziness.

    I personally LOVE your abbreviations.

    Here via Hilary.

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  9. loving it! :) (SF)

    congrats on your POTW!

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  10. Congrats on your post of the week and I am trying hard to keep up with these acronyms...but I rarely use them. KTG (Keep them guessing.) My own acronym.

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  11. Oh I am so happy to meet someone else who is outsane. I love this post. Congrats on the POTW. Oma Linda, a new follower BTW

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  12. Well, Cranky, I truly am laughing on line!

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  13. If it's not funny the LOL could mean Lots of Love.

    You know, it's really an indicator of your age if you see OMG and read it "zero milligrams." LOL JTAU (just to annoy you ;) )

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