Definition & Meaning of "LFR"

What does lfr mean? View the definition of lfr and all related slang terms containing lfr below:

lfr :
Laughing for real

Usage of LFR

The abbreviation LFR is an abbreviation commonly used in texting and online communication that means "Laughing for real". This expression is often used to describe when someone is genuinely and audibly laughing out loud, as opposed to just typing "lol" (laugh out loud) or "haha" (a more subtle form of laughter). It's an expression that conveys a more authentic sense of amusement and delight in response to something funny or entertaining.

Examples of LFR used in texting:
1. "That joke you told me earlier was hilarious, I was LFR!" (Example of LFR used to express genuine amusement)
2. "I just watched a video of a cat playing piano, LFR!" (Example of LFR used to express amusement in response to something viewed online)
3. "When you said you were going to wear that outfit to the party, I was LFR. You're hilarious!" (Example of LFR used to express appreciation for someone's sense of humor)

Slang Terms & Acronyms containing "lfr"

lfr :
Laughing for real

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