The sound of this in morse 'di-di-di-dit di-dit, di-di-di-dit di-dit' is thought to represent chuckling. Brazilian Portuguese, by Semantica". Atlanta Journal-Constitution. He recommends against their use in business correspondence because the recipient may not be aware of their meanings, and because in general neither they nor emoticons are in his view appropriate in such correspondence. They single out the example of "ROFL" as not obviously being the abbreviation of "rolling on the floor laughing" emphasis added. Category Portal Wiktionary. Gabriella Coleman references "lulz" extensively in her anthropological studies of Anonymous.
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