People who put “lol” after everything you comment, why?
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I don’t put it on everything I comment/text, but I use it a lot more than I’ve noticed others. My reason is because I want to make sure I’m portraying a positive “mood.” Perhaps because I’m likely to take things the wrong way myself or maybe some other reason, not sure.
I don’t want to accidentally make someone think I’m upset at them
nervous habit lol
Because it looks like a guy drowning, lol
Because I’m anxious, lol.
I’m guilty of adding haha a lot. I’m trying to convey my tone.
lol why not?
Because everyone is easily offended or reads waaaayyy to into things so putting “lol” makes it so the conversation stays lighthearted
It’s another way of saying hahaha
Lol, it’s just a way to denote a lack of seriousness yo
Not everything, but even if it’s annoying at times, tone carries horribly over text. So i add lols and lmaos so they don’t think I’m saying something that can be sarcastic or a joke as an insult.
Idk why western countries hate voice messages. It’s faster, conveys tone, and fun-ner.
Because I have **l**ots **o**f **l**ove to give lol.
Like lol, why? Lol
Why so serious lol
Why do you care lol
I don’t know lol
idk bruv lol
When I want to but I can’t lol
Nerves, I guess, lol
Someone said it but it’s a nervous habit or sort of softens the blow so I don’t seem too confrontational even online- It’s like a nervous laugh so people know I’m not trying to offend.
Also sometimes I’m just genuinely laughing/smirking and “lol” is a more subdued way of showing that lol.
Sets the tone to light-hearted lol
I use it to try and depict tone. My ADHD ass is so worried about the messages I write. I also overthink that when I make a statement or something it comes accross super mean or something so gotta toss in ol’ faithful…lol
The art of passive aggressiveness.
The excessive use of “lol” and “lmao” is an indication of insecurity and awkwardness. When they cannot think of any actual response to what you have commented, they resort to one of these two phrases in order to appear casual. In reality, they are scared of what you said.
Lol no reason
They think it’s funny like telling a dad joke
In case you take it seriously the wrong way, they have an out
LOL LOL LOL LOL LOLA LOL LOL