> Well if you actually out more than a second of thought into the source you would go.
Well if you actually out more than a second of thought into the source you would go, "Hey, a dictionary's not a static record. It changes, and occasionally gets entries from other sources! Sometimes they're specific to their industry!" I wasn't saying that I thought lol should be a word people use all the time; I was saying your comment that just because owns (and not even in your form) is in the dictionary doesn't make it any less an internet slang term.
> Both mean that he is awsome at it.
Yes, we know what it means, but thanks for enlightening us with one of your earlier posts from the same goddam thread. Here, let's play a game.
I'll put up a word, you tell me where its usage started becoming mainstream.
When you post back, possibly cutting and pasting some other post from an unrelated thread, I'll give you the answer.
Hell, I'll even give you a hint. Hint: The answers are the same