When someone puts LOL at the end of a sentence, what the heck does that mean?
LOL (also spelled lol) is an abbreviation for "laughing out loud", "laugh out loud", or less commonly "lots of laughter". LOL is a common element of Internet slang used, historically, on Usenet. Its in Wikipedia See in http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lol
What does it mean when someone puts their fingers in a peace sign and stick it on their mouth while sticking..?
a few of the people I know do this.... why not ask them directly? I bet they have trowsers down to their knees too, it means nothing much except them wanting to impress you looking at them, a bunch of youth celebrating unripeness RE: What does it mean when someone puts their fingers in a peace sign and stick it on their mouth while sticking..? what does it mean when someone puts their fingers in a peace sign and stick it on their mouth while sticking their tongue out? a few of the people I know do this....
What does it mean if my girl friend puts my hand near her vagina?
She may have been just trying to get you to blush and embarrassed, I don't know. Maybe she was trying to get you excited to give you a hard on in class. Whatever the reason, next time you're alone, try touching her there to see what happens.
If you put someone's hand in water while they are sleeping what happens?
ask them a question and they tell you the truth! lol doesn't work what really happens is they get freaked out and just and spill the water on you!
What does it mean if a guy constantly puts his hand on the back of your chair?
Speaking from the male side, I would say that he is looking for opportunities to move within your personal space. Guess a bit about the specifics: His hand is close but not touching, so there is some intimacy without it being pushy. You know, there is a lot of assumptions I am making about this. How often does he do this? How do the two of you interact outside of this specific situation? What are the reasons he might have to place his hand on the back of your chair? Is it the same chair? How "constant" is "constantly"? Daily for the last three years? Every hour for the last month? Every ten minutes for the last week? Is he using the same type of placement, gesture, approach? What is the rest of his body language? I wouldn't try reading too much into this small gesture. You should really look at this in the larger context of the verbal and non-verbal communication. Most importantly, how do you feel when he places his hand on the back of your chair? Hope that helps.