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1.
rolling on the floor laughing
de dawn 15 juin 2002
 
2.
An incorrect spelling of rofl. Generally employed by individuals who are not well acquainted with chatspeak, but are trying their best to fit in.
Guy 1: hey did you hear that billy shat himself at kevin's party yesterday

Guy 2: Yeah, he must have been so wasted ROTFL! :-)

Guy 1: rotfl? dude wtf, nobody puts in the t, and nobody puts noses on their emoticons! what are you somebody's mom or something?

Guy 2: But -- I don't understand! The phrase is clearly "Rolling on THE floor laughing," which implies that --

Guy 1: stfu noob
de TobyTheRobot 14 mars 2008
 
3.
Roll On The Floor Laughing
if you are talking on AOL Instant Messenger:

Guy 1- Yeh man, and then he died.

Guy 2- Ha ha, im ROTFL.

Guy 1- Man, he died, its not that funny.
de NameBrand 18 octobre 2006
 
4.
An older form of ROFL that people now assume to be a new, clueless form. ROTF is documented from 1990{1}; ROTFL from 1991{2}.

{1}: <http://www.catb.org/jargon/oldversions/jarg211.txt>
{2}: <http://www.catb.org/jargon/oldversions/jarg231.txt>
Tycho: Daikatana.
Gabe: ROTFL
Tycho: ROTFL

(From Penny Arcade)
de Iain Dalton 16 août 2008
 
5.
Stands For:

Rolling Out Terrible Farts Loudly

or
Rolling On The Floor Laughing
"ROTFL!!! Dude, those hot wings were spicy!"

or
"ROTFL!!! That joke was freaking hilarious."
de J0J0_D!V!N!TY//_^ 27 février 2010
 
6.
Rolling on the floor laughing. Used when LMAO (laughing my ass off) just isn't enough.
Person A: Did you see Maury yesterday?
Person B: Yes! I was ROTFL!
or
Facebook status: Person A: is ROTFL
de msmetwo 14 avril 2009
 
7.
Variant spelling of ROFL that only people who aren't familiar enough with chatspeak use. They try to make others believe this is the one to write instead.
Person: Dude, a lvl 50 guy just got pwned by a noob in WoW!

Other person: ROTFL!!

Person: It's ROFL! Don't you know chatspeak at all?

Other person: What's chatspeak?

Person: wtf are you on here for if you don't know?
de xzfs 25 avril 2008