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Definition funny of Acol:
Actually chuckling out loud. Since the phrase "LOL" has lost its meaning, there is a need for an acronym that actually means that one has literally laughed out loud in real life. However, since it is rare to flat out laugh out loud because of reading something that someone has typed, it is more realistic and accurate to say that one has "actually chuckled out loud."
Herschel: why did the chicken cross the road? Sandee: i dunno lol Herschel: to get to the other side Sandee: lol Herschel: ya that was funny lol wasn't it lol Sandee: o hey dude, my hamster died lol Herschel: that sux dude lol Sandee: well i shot him lol Herschel: lol uh oh Sandee: j/k lol Herschel: phew lol, that's a relief lol Herschel: remember on the simpsons when moe said joey joe joe junior shabidu is the worst name he's ever heard? Sandee: acol
Books about Acol:
Acol Bridge Lessons For Beginners by Louise Smith (Oct 1, 2012)
New Instant Guide to Bridge: Acol Bids, Responses, Leads & Play (Master Bridge Series) by Hugh Kelsey and Ron Klinger (Feb 1, 2012)
Acol Without Tears by Ben Cohen and Rhoda Barrow (1965)
Acol From Scratch: Winning British Bridge For Beginners and Club Players (Surrey School of Bridge Program) (Volume... by Nigel J Jones (Sep 5, 2014)
Acol in Competition by Eric Crowhurst (Apr 9, 1984)
Acol Bridge Flipper: The Fast Fact Finder (Master Bridge Series) by Ron Klinger (Feb 1, 2004)
Acol Bridge for Bright Beginners (Master Bridge Series) by Hugh Kelsey and Andrew Kambites (Oct 1, 1995)
Wiki information Acol:
Acol is the bridge bidding system that, according to The Official Encyclopedia of Bridge, is "standard in British tournament play and widely used in other parts of the world". It is basically a natural system using four card majors and, most...
Acol is a hamlet and civil parish about 1.5 miles south of Birchington in Kent, England. It is one of the smallest communities in Kent, and over the years large parts of the parish have been transferred to other neighbouring communities. Acol is...