LOL, the acronym for "laugh out loud" and once the universal sign of online amusement, is fading fast.
A Facebook study into "e-laughing" says it has been replaced by "haha" and emoji. Just 1.9% of posts feature LOL, the site says, compared with 51.4% for "haha".
Emoji takes second place with 33% while "hehe" follows with 13%.
The study also found a gender split in how people express their amusement on the social network, with men typically using "haha" or "hehe", while women use emoji more.