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"I'm Actually Laughing" It has come to attention that people often say 'lol', and that word has no meaning anywhere. You never know whether or not the person has actually laughed, unless they say, "dude, that was so funny, i'm laughing!". However, saying that often kills a joke. "I Actually Lol'ed" doesn't work either since 'lol' has no definitive meaning. IAL signifies that a person is actually laughing. Laughter has a meaning that everyone knows. If not, get some friends or read a joke book.
I Am Lazy. Used in an FML-like manner to describe situations of extreme laziness.
I am actually laughing.This is an alternative to the widely spread 'Lol' that holds no meaning. While 'Lol' is almost ironic, and used as a sentence filler, IAL implies actual hearty laughter. Used in IM speak.
A common acronym for the term I Am Laughing. Very popular among Philadelphia youth. It is used instead of lol because lol is overdone.
I am laughing.
Im actually laughing
Acronymn for "I Actually LOL'd". Best used in conversations where people use "LOL" all over the place, but aren't actually Laughing Out Loud.
The single most epic phrase ever to be spoken by a human being. You can't explain I already did or understand it, you can only just simply use it. I already did is the answer to anything and everything in life like, "why is the sky blue?", "Why do women hate sex?", and "If you had 37 pies, and half of them taste good, how many do you have sex with?"
A social interaction game where some one shouts steven and listen for some one to reply i am coming.
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If you hear someone say: I am dead, he / she probably means that he / she did something bad and will get in troubleFor example:You are playing football in the backyard with a friend. You shoot the ball straight to a window and you break the glass.You say to your friend: shit! I'm dead!Cause you did something that other people won't be happy about
a 4chan meme. it is a series of badly drawn comics in which the son does an act the father disapproves of, and the father says: son, i am disappoint