CUOL

What does CUOL stand for?

See you online

Friends who plan to chat online or play an online game with you later may tell you they'll CUOL, or "see you online." This acronym is typically sent in text messages, while making plans for later in the day.

While CUOL contains the word "see," it does not usually imply that a person plans to video call you. Rather, CUOL uses "see" in a metaphorical sense. Someone who tells you they'll CUOL likely wants to chat with or voice call you, and is not concerned with seeing your face.

Example

"CUOL when you get back from your trip."
"If I decide to come back at all, LOL."

A man who wants to CUOL later

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Last Updated: March 23, 2021

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