The ‘LOL for Lucifer’ meme originated in South Africa, when pastor Pieter Fourie, know for counceling Satanists back to Jesus, posted a blurb on his Facebook page, VRA DOMINEE PIETER (What is it with these people and capital letters), urging his followers not to type LOL, because it’s Satanic. He deleted it within an hour after posting, but not before it was noticed by a disciple of God Shmod, who then translated it to English from the original Afrikaans and sent it to God Shmod. A meme, closely based on his text, were made and it took the world by storm.
Yes, it was definitely inspired by religious paranoia. We did not make this shit up.
It didn’t take very long for some smart alec to expand on the idea.
Eventually, Christians decided to make their own version of it. Good for them. Do they know that the original was based on the utterances of one of their own?
Finally, somebody made one to explain the truth.
- QUESTION OF THE DAY: What Does ‘LOL’ Truly Mean? (peacebenwilliams.com)
- Does ‘LOL’ Really Mean ‘Lucifer Our Lord’? (livescience.com)
- Does ‘LOL’ really mean ‘Lucifer Our Lord’? (sott.net)
- Does ‘LOL’ Really Mean ‘Lucifer Our Lord’? (theageofblasphemy.wordpress.com)