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    Quote Originally Posted by MyTinkieGirl View Post
    Thanks sooo much for this thread!! You don't know half the words I've made up for some of those letters....although, for the longest time I'd sing "I'll never be a pizza burnin' " for "beast of burden" in the Stones song....(when it first came out, of course)
    lol
    now I'm singing "there's a bathroom on the right" (ccr)



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    Quote Originally Posted by WFT View Post
    Can someone please tell me what LULZ stands for?
    I have no clue.....


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    SO=Sex offender or Significant other depending on the context it was used. Sadly, it sometimes means both.


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    ETA: Edited to add (I just looked this up it has driven me nuts!!)
    Thank you my WS family for everything you do, everyday. You are loved and appreciated.

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    ~Emma Leigh Barker~
    09/02/07~03/18/09
    ~R.I.P.~


    Justice For Emma
    Stacey Barker - Guilty - Murder 1 - 5/24/11
    25 to LiFE - Sentenced 6/17/11


    ~~~~~~~~~~~
    jmho as always


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    Quote Originally Posted by LinetteH View Post
    bumping means to move it back to the top so people can see it.
    Thanks, Linette.........I have searched for an explanation of this but couldn't find it.......now, HOW do you move something to the top?????? (I know , that's Dumbah!) TIA, if you can help me.

    and thanks for all the many acronyms I haven't figured out everyone!!!.......(so glad someone asked about "moo" )


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    Quote Originally Posted by WFT View Post
    Can someone please tell me what LULZ stands for?
    LULZ is a bastardized form of LOL, but around the Net it is usually used in a somewhat sarcastic manner. It can be used as a verb (i.e. I did it for the LULZ) or often as more of a 'snickering' type of laugh.

    We don't see it much around here - and I kind of like that.

    Here is a net definition from the encyclopedia dramatica:


    lulz Noun --- lul-zz
    Definition:
    1.the act of entertaining oneself with the misfortune of others; an agreeable occupation for the mind
    2.something affording pleasure, diversion, or amusement, esp. a performance of some kind

    Usage:
    I did it for the lulz

    Synonyms:
    Entertainment

    Source:
    A corruption of LOL, which stands for Laugh Out Loud


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    Quote Originally Posted by heartfortruth View Post
    Thanks, Linette.........I have searched for an explanation of this but couldn't find it.......now, HOW do you move something to the top?????? (I know , that's Dumbah!) TIA, if you can help me.

    and thanks for all the many acronyms I haven't figured out everyone!!!.......(so glad someone asked about "moo" )
    When you post on a thread, the thread automatically moves to the top, so people will commonly type "bump" as a post to move the thread up.
    I think about you constantly, whether it's with my mind or my heart. ~Albany Bach Reid


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    Quote Originally Posted by zoey View Post
    i've tried to find it --- but someone used "sus"??????????
    Hey Zoey,

    I've only seen that used here very recently, and only by our new Aussie friends in discussing Lee. Both times, in the context it was used, I interpreted it to mean, "Suspicious" (i.e. He seems very SUS to me.)


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    Oh, i should have found this thread sooner. The IIRC would bite me. I did a google to figure it out. Then forgot it again. Luckly, I remembered how I figured it out before. <not the bright one>

    I have problems with COD cause I read it "Cash/credit on demand", and wonder what it has to do with what we are talking about. <Also very slow>

    OTOH= on the other hand
    aka= also known as

    however

    SUS = ???
    Just my opinion.....
    Finally found a reason for the Ignore feature!


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    Quote Originally Posted by missmybaby View Post
    ETA: Edited to add (I just looked this up it has driven me nuts!!)
    ETA: Est time of arrival... Boy, have I been reading all this stuff wrong! Tee hee..
    Just my opinion.....
    Finally found a reason for the Ignore feature!


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    Quote Originally Posted by heartfortruth View Post
    Thanks, Linette.........I have searched for an explanation of this but couldn't find it.......now, HOW do you move something to the top?????? (I know , that's Dumbah!) TIA, if you can help me.

    We can bump it up or move it to the top by how many messages are being left.

    and thanks for all the many acronyms I haven't figured out everyone!!!.......(so glad someone asked about "moo" )
    I saw someone make the statement here recently "usually I'm a smart person but do you have any idea how long it took me to figure out people weren't mooing at each other here!?!" LOL that was good for a giggle!

    Thank you my WS family for everything you do, everyday. You are loved and appreciated.

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    09/02/07~03/18/09
    ~R.I.P.~


    Justice For Emma
    Stacey Barker - Guilty - Murder 1 - 5/24/11
    25 to LiFE - Sentenced 6/17/11


    ~~~~~~~~~~~
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spangle View Post
    Oh, i should have found this thread sooner. The IIRC would bite me. I did a google to figure it out. Then forgot it again. Luckly, I remembered how I figured it out before. <not the bright one>

    I have problems with COD cause I read it "Cash/credit on demand", and wonder what it has to do with what we are talking about. <Also very slow>

    OTOH= on the other hand
    aka= also known as

    however

    SUS = ???
    Look up 2-3 posts for SUS


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    Quote Originally Posted by PotatoHead View Post
    LULZ is a bastardized form of LOL, but around the Net it is usually used in a somewhat sarcastic manner. It can be used as a verb (i.e. I did it for the LULZ) or often as more of a 'snickering' type of laugh.

    We don't see it much around here - and I kind of like that.

    Here is a net definition from the encyclopedia dramatica:


    lulz Noun --- lul-zz
    Definition:
    1.the act of entertaining oneself with the misfortune of others; an agreeable occupation for the mind
    2.something affording pleasure, diversion, or amusement, esp. a performance of some kind

    Usage:
    I did it for the lulz

    Synonyms:
    Entertainment

    Source:
    A corruption of LOL, which stands for Laugh Out Loud
    Thanks potato head. I have seen it around the net, and the way it is used never made much sense to me. I get it now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Spangle View Post
    ETA: Est time of arrival... Boy, have I been reading all this stuff wrong! Tee hee..
    this site has improved my knowledge in ways I never knew I needed!! LOL!!
    Thank you my WS family for everything you do, everyday. You are loved and appreciated.

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



    ~Emma Leigh Barker~
    09/02/07~03/18/09
    ~R.I.P.~


    Justice For Emma
    Stacey Barker - Guilty - Murder 1 - 5/24/11
    25 to LiFE - Sentenced 6/17/11


    ~~~~~~~~~~~
    jmho as always


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    Quote Originally Posted by PotatoHead View Post
    LULZ is a bastardized form of LOL, but around the Net it is usually used in a somewhat sarcastic manner. It can be used as a verb (i.e. I did it for the LULZ) or often as more of a 'snickering' type of laugh.

    We don't see it much around here - and I kind of like that.

    Here is a net definition from the encyclopedia dramatica:


    lulz Noun --- lul-zz
    Definition:
    1.the act of entertaining oneself with the misfortune of others; an agreeable occupation for the mind
    2.something affording pleasure, diversion, or amusement, esp. a performance of some kind

    Usage:
    I did it for the lulz

    Synonyms:
    Entertainment

    Source:
    A corruption of LOL, which stands for Laugh Out Loud
    I'd have never figured that out!
    Thank you my WS family for everything you do, everyday. You are loved and appreciated.

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



    ~Emma Leigh Barker~
    09/02/07~03/18/09
    ~R.I.P.~


    Justice For Emma
    Stacey Barker - Guilty - Murder 1 - 5/24/11
    25 to LiFE - Sentenced 6/17/11


    ~~~~~~~~~~~
    jmho as always


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