Emoticons are nothing anymore. Not even now that we have a flamenco dancer, more farm animals than a normal person should use and several incomprehensible signs that serve to express our feelings. The logical alternative is to describe them, of course, but that takes time and there is no point in wasting it either. Fortunately, some anonymous heroes decided to make our lives easier and created several acronyms and acronyms that allow us to express what we feel with total clarity. These are some of the most common.
Laughing out loud. Kind of like 'laughing out loud'. Therefore, it is used to express hilarity. If we laugh, we can increase the number of o's, even if then the acronym becomes meaningless. The emoticon that most resembles it is the 'xD', since in both cases they are used to express a laugh that probably has not taken place. The same goes for 'hahaha' (and with the 'hahaha' used by those who have spent a summer in London, as if to say 'hey, I'm laughing in another language'). Interestingly, LoL is also the abbreviation for League of Legends, one of the most popular online games of the moment and in history.
Rolling on floor laughing. Rolling on the floor laughing. Almost nothing. It can be caused by a video of a dog dancing or a stupid comment on a forum. One does not want to be cynical, but perhaps it is used too often. It inspired the ROFLcopter, further proof that on the Internet it is sometimes better not to make sense of things.
Laughing my ass off. I laugh my ass off (sic). You can also use LMFAO (yes, like the group), in which the efe -as almost always when we talk about an acronym- acts as fucking and then it could be said that we laugh our asses off. But it's not a matter of being rude either, because this is a serious medium.
The Megazord of laughter, the gin and tonic of breaking your ass, the croquettes of humor. Take the two expressions above and combine them to create a megaexpression. But beware, that by putting together what works well loosely, we do not guarantee success. Let them tell Del Bosque.
Oh my God. Along with WTF (What the fuck, which is the equivalent of the traditional 'what the hell?') is the most common expression of astonishment on the Internet. It can also be used when something provokes a teenage excitement or surprise, although in this case its thing is to repeat it many times. The efe in this case is slightly blasphemous and goes between the em and the ge.
too long; didn't read. Very long; I haven't read it. Along with MILF, possibly the most sincere and honest acronym on the entire Internet. It can also be used by the author of the billet at the end of it to make a summary of what he has written. It's like Coelho's Twitter, but without bullshit.
Fuck my life. The closest translation would be 'disgust for life' (with its acronym ADV), because the website of the same name is a copy of the Saxon version. The most literal translation would be 'me cago en mi vida', but the most correct thing is to say 'puta vida, tete' (or, better, 'putah vida, tete'), that for a meme we have, we are going to take advantage of it.