jmgoyder

wings and things

LOL?

on March 26, 2013

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Laugh out loud
Leaves on lawn
Listen or leave
Loser of lottery
Lonely or lustrous
Lovely old leprechaun
Lack of love
Limping on limestone
Lard of lamb
Like or leave
Leaking old lesson
Leaning on legs
Laundering of loss
Long or lengthened
Lazy ornery llama
Lost or loved
Libido of lipid
Lecherous old lion
Lost or least
Lots of love
Laugh out loud!

I tend not to use LOL very much because, after all, it might be misinterpreted.

Yes, it’s been one of those days. LOL!


66 responses to “LOL?

  1. terry1954 says:

    I love the release you wrote in these words!!!! Good job

  2. Living on Love!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Love Outrageous Lines! Especially like these.

  4. Little old Lady
    living on liver,
    likes only light
    laughter on lips!

  5. Gardengirl says:

    Lap of Luxury!!!! πŸ™‚

  6. TBM says:

    I’m trying to come up with one, but can’t. I hate cold medicine. I can’t think

  7. bulldog says:

    Ok then LOM… try and interpret that one…

  8. Rhonda says:

    HA! Great one Jules. What can you do with ROFL? Can’t wait!

  9. ytaba36 says:

    Lots of Love πŸ™‚

  10. FlaHam says:

    Julie, I use LOL LOL LOL a LOT as you well know. I use it for the exact reason you don’t, LOL LOL :O: (misspelled) it can be interpreted anyway the reader wants. LOL LOL. — Take Care, Bill

  11. Colline says:

    Many of these interpretations made me LOL! πŸ˜€

  12. tootlepedal says:

    LOGW: lots of good wishes.

  13. I’ll think twice before I use LOL again.

  14. I love your list and I want to add Licking of Lollipops, just because!

  15. Well …now when you do use it…I will pause to think of what you might be saying lol Diane

  16. So clever, Julie. Makes me want to think of more. Fun. And Lots of Love, for sure.

  17. janechese says:

    Great writing on this, Julie! I remember sending messages back and forth with a new love I was all “a-flutter” over and was SO happy when he wrote LOL thinking it meant “Lots of Love” and shared this with my firend who dryly told me that it means “laughing out loud”. What a let-down! Just say it, folks. (Now I am curious about ROFL and LOM) Ha Ha Ha!

  18. There are days when I’m feeling leaning on legs. hee, hee

  19. victoriaaphotography says:

    I llike Mary’s ‘Laughter on Lips..
    I use it all the time so people doesn’t mistake the fact that I mean my words in jest. I don’t know how to get an emoticom into a comment.
    I think it’s probably the only abbreviation on the internet I actually know the meaning of now.

  20. Load of loot! haha love it!

  21. niasunset says:

    So beautiful dear Julie, as if they are singing and I can see how inspired you πŸ™‚ Thank you, love, nia

  22. viveka says:

    Just brilliant … what a creative mind you have. I can’t come up with anything … I blame the watch, 1am now. This is so good, Julia …

  23. I use LOL far to often but at least I know what it stands for………….lots of linen………..no……….living our lives…………not that either………..hmmmmmm……..lots of love……ok I give up…………..lol

  24. I have a story similar to janecheese. One of our local columnists said that he thought LOL meant Lots of Love, and put it at the end of a letter consoling a friend about a death in his family. Oops.

  25. Long On Lessons πŸ™‚

  26. dcwisdom says:

    Live out loud! Great food for thought, Julie. πŸ™‚

  27. Loving other’s lists – nice!

  28. Monica says:

    I guess “lazy ornery llama” is my favorite. Love me or leave me!

  29. I used to think it was ‘lots of love’ and my daughter sent it to me all the time. Isn’t that sweet, I thought. Until one day it didn’t make sense, and it was a bit offensive. And then she explained tat it was ‘laugh out loud’. Silly old ‘grew up in 1960s’ me.
    LOL

  30. Judith Post says:

    What a fun, random list! Very imaginative.

  31. thanks for making me …oh no…I won’t say it…smile πŸ˜‰

  32. bluebee says:

    Brilliant πŸ™‚

  33. LOL! Great list! I don’t use it too much either. Don’t use many Acronyms because I can never remember what they refer to.

  34. tersiaburger says:

    That is exactly what I did when I read about you injuring the poor taxi-driver- I LOL’d!!

  35. Idella Roser says:

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