- n. Plural form of lolcat.
“The "lolcats" - Laugh Out Loud cats - became so popular that one user launched the images on his own blog, icanhazcheezburger. com, a site that has since been acquired for $2 million and spawned at least one book.”
“JerseyTim: The "lolcats" - Laugh Out Loud cats - became so popular that one user launched the images on his own blog, icanhazcheezburger. com, a site that has since been acquired for $2 million and spawned at least one book.”
“lolcats" - has probably cost businesses across the world in wasted time.”
“Also in fear, hate and love, which may have pathological expressions such as arachnophobia (Diski's is cured by London Zoo), animal hoarding, or the internet fad for "lolcats": cat photos whose ungrammatical text (we get Genesis chapter one in "lolcat") resembles the dog-speak that Kipling nauseatingly sustains throughout "Thy Servant a Dog".”
“The thing is, this blog appeals to a TON of different people; cake-makers, people who like humor, the 'lolcats' crowd, moms who cook, kids who like delicious things... etc.”
“These seem to be spawning nearly infinite variations, and have exploded in popularity since being named "lolcats" instead of the more general "image macro" or "cat macro".”
“I have created my own "lolcats" for the icanhascheezburger website, but I don't know if they'll ever make it to the voting page.”
“Members of the 4chan image board have been responsible for formulating and popularising internet memes such as lolcats and rickrolling.”
“Focus of their attention is a hugely popular collaborative website about "lolcats" (funny animal photos with clever captions) called icanhascheezburger.”
“Post subject: all cats are "lolcats" by default: D”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘lolcats’.
Sometimes funny, sometimes dumb, but inescapable either way.
over nine thousand, this is spartaaa!, lolcats, i herd u liek mud..., orly, i see whut u did ..., all your base are..., i'm in your base ..., banhammer, desu, i'd hit it, imma chargin mah ... and 5 more...
The term Internet meme (pronounced /miËm/, meem) is a phrase used to describe a catchphrase or concept that spreads quickly from person to person via the Internet, much like ...
No. Just no.
"Slang, though humanly irreverent, tends to be inhumanly loveless. It lacks tenderness and compassion; its poetry has the effulgence of a soldier's brass buttons."
Looking for tweets for lolcats.