In the modern world of Internet communication, real emotions have to be replaced with soulless letters. To describe the reactions, many abbreviations and smiles appeared
The most expensive thing in the modern world istime. Time that constantly runs away. Perhaps, it is because people are increasingly looking for ways to save this time. Such a habit is included in all spheres of human life and, above all, in informal correspondence and conversations.
Modern informal communication is sometimes difficultUnderstand without prior preparation. If you do not know abbreviations, abbreviations and a foreign language, then soon the meaning of the conversation can simply slip away from the interlocutor.
LOL (or written in English LOL) -Russified abbreviation of the English phrase "Laughing Out Loud", which translates as "I laugh out loud", "I laugh in the voice" or from "Lots of Laughs", literally translated as "a lot of laughter". Among the Russian synonyms of this abbreviation, the word "rzhunimagu", once popular in informal communication, is recalled.
Judging by the translation, it is logicalThe assumption that LOL is an expression of stormy laughter, vivid emotions. However, in view of the widespread use, now the acronym LOL has essentially lost its original meaning and is often used simply to support the conversation, to hide the pause.
There is a huge number of optionsWriting LOL. For example: LOL, lol, 101, * LOL * (some messengers recognize the type of spelling between asterisks as a smiley and convert it to a picture or animation), lal (modern reading in the language of memchs), N (a convenient way of writing lol with one letter, more russified ). Abbreviations are another way to save time and quantity of written characters, for example, on Twitter, where the amount of one tweet is strictly limited to 140 characters.
LOL is a fairly young word. It began to gain popularity only in 2003, mainly in English-speaking countries. However, as early as March 2011, LOL was listed in the Oxford Dictionary.
In Dutch and Danish there is the literary word lol, which translates as "fun."
In 2012, the movie was released under the title"LOL", which in the Russian-language film distribution was called "Summer. Classmates. Love". This is an American comedy, a remake of the French film "LOL", released in 2008. The picture tells the story of a young girl Lola, whom friends call Lol. This is a typical youth comedy with stories of love, problems in school and the issue of relationships with parents. Despite the low ratings of critics (no more than 5.5 points out of 10 possible), the film received good reviews from its main audience. Adolescent girls tried to look like the main character - to do the same hairstyle and use in life the phrases from the film.