That modern reputable bastion of useless factoids the urban dictionary informs me llf = laugh like fuck, as you do at the realisation that your grandma is struggling with day to day tasks while battling dementia.
Did Robert even read the whole post? If he had done the whole sentence he may have pieced the scenario together a little better.
Stephanie’s use of exclamation marks 2nd time around is notable however;
“My nan didn’t die!” (that was your dead nan Rob-llf!)
“I’m sorry to hear about your grandma!” (Wow, really, an exclamation mark there?)
I read the whole thing, twice, and I still didn’t understand. I thought “all my white tops grey” was some sort of saying that she shared with her grandma. Some sort of inside joke/tribute that she was giving to her recently departed nan. The lack of my “llf” understanding made it hard to figure out the laugh, as well.
Anyway… there were a crap load of capital 1′s in that second post of Stephanie, I agree there.
I have used “ha” before in internet conversation and no one said anything. I do it, often.
Kind of a , HA!
Also, I am not against people smoking weed. I am not against grandmas smoking weed. But honestly, I think someone rolling out one right there on the counter is really really stupid. It isn’t cool and it isn’t funny.
Actually, I hate using “lol” or any other abbreviation to convey laughter through text. However, I still use “lol” occasionally because people always say my texts are too dry and serious.
Another pet peeve of mine is when people go back and correct their typos as if they might win a million dollars in a grammar contest. However, I think that correction was sorely needed in Stephanie’s update.
LMAO!!! Sorry.. but HAHAHAHAHA My status made it onto lamebook? That is AWESOME! To answer some questions, #2 happened in Canada, where pot is EXTREMELY illegal. I didn’t help her, cause I was on camera the whole time, but we were laughing our ass off in the store when she left!