Asked in Email and IM
What do email messages with the subject lines sending you all my love and laughing kitty have in common?
Is "laughing kitty" a virus
Asked in Acronyms & Abbreviations
What is looool?
The original abbreviation is ' LOL ' but when someone is laughing quite hard they might use 'LMAO' (Laughing my ass off' or 'ROTFL' (Rolling on the floor laughing). But the most common is something like LOOOOL , by repeating the letter o , that puts emphases on the phrase. ...
Asked in Oral Health and Dental Care, Dentists
What is the more common term of Nitrous oxide which is sometimes used by a dentist?
I call it laughing gas
Asked in Rainforests
Why do you suppose vines are common in rain forest?
Vines are common in a rain forest because under the canopy are a few shorter trees and many vines, orchids, and ferns. ...
Asked in Word Games
What do these words have in common defending calmness sighing canopy and stumble?
each of the following words has 3 letters in alphabetical order
Asked in English Language, Word Brain Teasers
What do the words 'calmness inoperable defer burst laughing and stupid' have in common?
Each has 3 letters in a row that are together in the English alphabet. caLMNess iNOPerable DEFer buRST lauGHIng STUpid ...
Asked in Chemistry, History of Science, Emotions
What is the common name and chemical name of tear gas and laughing gas?
Laughing gas, sometimes called "nos" or "nitrous", is NO2, nitrous oxide. Tear gas refers to several different compounds which may or may not have a general structure. ...
Is it common to have a tickling sensation of the penis at 4 to 5 years old?
I don't know If it is common but I felt it too when I was child and only when I put stream of shower on my penis then I was l laughing. ...
Asked in Kookaburras
What are facts about kookaburras brids?
There are around four known species of the Kookaburra. The Laughing Kookaburra and the Blue winged Kookaburra are at times, direct competitors when they inhabit common areas. The Laughing Kookaburra is known for its human laugh and the Blue winged Kookaburra has a deep cackle. ...
Asked in Verbs
What is the noun for laugh?
The word 'laugh' is both a verb and a noun. The noun laugh is a singular, common noun; a word for the act of laughing (a concrete noun); a cause for derision or merriment (an abstract noun). The noun forms for the verb to laugh are laughter and the gerund, laughing. ...