FOTFLOL

What does FOTFLOL stand for?

Falling on the floor, laughing out loud

If you’ve ever received a text or message that had you laughing so hard you felt like you were about to FOTFLOL – or “fall on the floor, laughing out loud” – then you’ve experienced the humor that this slang term conveys. It’s a more dramatic way to express that something is really, really funny.

Just like its cousins ROTFLOL and ROFLOL, FOTFLOL is often used to show that you found something so hilarious that you’re practically rolling on the floor with laughter. But remember, it’s usually just a figure of speech. The person using it is likely not literally rolling on the floor.

However, if you get a follow-up message with something like “snd hlp,” it might be a sign that your joke was so funny it actually caused the person to lose their balance from laughing so hard! But don’t worry, it’s all in good fun.

So, next time when someone sends you a hilarious joke, feel free to respond with a hearty FOTFLOL to show just how much you enjoyed it.

Example for using ‘FOTFLOL’ in a conversation

Friend 1: Hey, guess what? I just found the funniest meme ever! πŸ˜‚

Friend 2: Really? Share it with me! I need a good laugh. πŸ˜„

Friend 1: Here it is! 🀣 FOTFLOL!

Friend 2: Hahaha! That’s hilarious! FOTFLOL too! 🀣🀣