I hate hollywood.
16th September 2003
I have seen EVERYONE use sayings like LMAO and ROFL and ROFLMAO, I have also heard many people ask what they mean and this is turn leads to arguments about what they stand for (you would be amazed). My question is what do they really stand for?
stupid things like, "Laughing my ass off" "Rolling on the floor laughing" etc etc etc
1st May 2004
Mihail[color=midnightblue][color=darkgreen]Days Since No Weapons Found: [/color][color=white]435[/color][/color]
you know mihail, we actually found some WMDs in iraq a little while ago: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,120137,00.html
15th May 2003
What a random topic change... :p
bnyyou know mihail, we actually found some WMDs in iraq a little while ago: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,120137,00.html
Mustard and sarin gas is not a weapon of mass destruction, and neither are what was promised by bush. Iraq had both of them for well over 20 years, Why is the gas suddenly important 2 years ago and not 20 years ago when iraq was infact using it? Hmmm? And it's not like the gasses were inside a missles that could reach anywhere like what was said to make iraq a threat. they were in artillery shells.
17th June 2002
Lol = Laugh(ing) out loud Rofl = Roll(ing) on the floor laughing Lmao = Laugh(ing) my ass off Pmsl = P(Urinate) myself laughing
And if you can't figure out what roflmao is from that, go and eat your own face. They're the dumbest things ever, but they're frequently useful as quick ways of expressing humour.
7th March 2003
stfu (shut the fuck up) ;)
F.U. I think you can guess what that means.
7th March 2003
:eek: nooooooooooo, tell us... we crave to know
BS, dread (that means bullshit)