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What Does ELOL Mean?ELOL means "Evil Laugh Out Loud." Typically, ELOL is used in recognition of something being an "evil" plot.
ELOL is also used when a person is laughing at an unfortunate situation (i.e., a fall). When ELOL is used in this way, the person being laughed at will not generally find the situation funny.
Image for ELOLWhen I write ELOL, I mean this: The image shows Dr. Evil and his henchmen laughing. (This is a scene from "Austin Powers International Man of Mystery.")
Summary of Key Points"Evil Laugh Out Loud" is the most common definition for ELOL on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
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Examples of ELOL in SentencesHere are examples of ELOL being used in conversations:
- Tony: I am going to turn the oven up to ruin by brother's cake ELOL.
- Jordan: That's a mean trick. (Here, ELOL is used in recognition of an evil plot.)
- Tony: I failed my dance exam because I was still drunk from last night.
- Jordan: ELOL.
- Tony: Oh, thanks! (Here, ELOL is used to laugh at someone's misfortune.)
An Academic Look at ELOLAs it is spoken like a word, ELOL is an acronym. Acronyms contrast with initialism abbreviations, which are pronounced using their individual letters.
Example of ELOL Used in a Text
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