Meanwhile, we have "lollercoasters," "roflcopters," and plenty more. I've even caught people using "lols" in conversation (as in "man, that was so funny, I lolled!"). Loll means "to recline or lean in a relaxed, lazy, or indolent manner," so I doubt that something was so funny it made you lazily lay down.
See, call me what you will, but I see this, going and going and going, becoming more and more accepted, and all I see is a further step on the road to Dumbing Down America...and this step, we're taking ourselves, and even encouraging. We complain about the state of our educational system (and we damn well SHOULD), but we're OK with this kind of thing becoming the norm. Slang is one thing, purposeful and wilful ignorance of spelling and grammar is quite another.
Much like anything else, what may start out funny becomes boring and derivative after it's done too many times, and in this age of instant worldwide communication, that happens double-quick. Take Jeff Foxworthy (please) and his "You Might Be A Redneck If..." schtick. Amusing, OK. Soon, it was pretty much all he did, and the shine wore off, especially when many other comedians (and those that just wanted to be funny) started making more and more "You Might Be A ____ If..." lists. Soon, it was just not funny anymore. Hell, even Jeff doesn't do that bit anymore.
Now, with websites allowing anyone to post...and, for fucks sakes, frickin' YouTube...anything that gets done is done a million times within a shorter span of time than it takes you to read this. I'm already sick and tired of angry, crying whiners screaming "Leave ____ alone!" It wasn't funny to begin with, and it's not getting any better.
Have the courage and the attention to be original. You cannot stand out when you are simply one amongst many, and you cannot be noticed when you are swamped by an army of your indolent peers...no matter how many videos you upload about how bad your life is.