lltm



acronym for “laughing loudly to myself.”
used to express genuine interest, unlike “lol”.
actually paying attention:
you: i just found out i have herpes…
me: holy cr-p man, i’m so sorry. are you sure it’s not an ingrown hair? maybe
frostbite…have you been sticking your d-ck in snow lately?
you: lltm, dane cook is f-ck-ng kick-ss.

not paying attention:
you: my wife died today, tim. i’m contemplating suicide.
me: lol
you: i’m serious here, tim, i thought you would be more understanding.
me: lol ok

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