What does ELOL stand for?

Evil laugh out loud

If you’ve come across the term ‘ELOL’, it’s an acronym that people often use when they’re really enjoying a prank that’s been pulled, or if they’re the ones who actually played the prank. It’s like an evil laugh that a villain might do after they’ve just shown off their wicked plan.

The term is quite similar to ‘EL’ in meaning, but ‘ELOL’ has a bit more emphasis to it. This is because the ‘OL’ in ‘ELOL’ stands for ‘out loud’, so it suggests that the person is not just laughing inside, but also laughing out loud at the prank or plan.

So, if you ever see someone use ‘ELOL’, it’s likely that they’re really amused by a prank or they’re the prankster themselves, laughing out loud like a mischievous villain who’s just revealed their scheme.

Example for using ‘ELOL’ in a conversation

Person 1: Hey, did you see that video of the prankster scaring people in the park?

Person 2: Yes! It was hilarious! ELOL!

Person 1: I know, right? That evil laugh at the end made it even better! 😈

Person 2: Totally! Those reactions were priceless! ELOL! πŸ˜‚