The “LOOL” of Bob B.


  • Title: “LOOL”
  • Media: Communicative Bread.
  • Submitted by: Bob B.
  • Four slices within a loaf of white bread; spelling a mysterious four-letter word: "LOOL." If you know the meaning to this "seemingly divine" message, Bob asks that you please contact him immediately.

11 responses to “LOOL”

  1. Carolyn says:

    It means: Leave Out the Orangejuice, Lovey

  2. Ali =) says:

    Look Out! Odd Loaf!

  3. Marisa says:

    Looks Odder than Other Loaves :3

  4. Jeanette says:

    LOOL = ‘Laugh Often, Out Loud’ (good for what ails ya!) *grin*

  5. Elizabeth says:

    Actually, I believe it is written in Ogham, and spells “Amoa”,
    which makes much more sense, if you ask me.

  6. em says:

    Let Out Old Laughs! 🙂

  7. Quanyails says:

    Leave out other loaves. 😛

  8. ja says:

    let one out loud hehehehehehehe

  9. Jeff says:


  10. LittleBeast says:

    That totally says “LOVL” or “LIVL”. Perhaps the last L was trying to be an E?

  11. C says:

    I think it says LIMB! As in…try to eat me and I’ll cut off your limbs o_0

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