Similarly, since the number 8 is pronounced "ba," Chinese speakers sometimes use "88" to sign off, or say "ba ba" ("bye bye").
Anyways keep up the good work, and ill see u peeps around sum tym maybe : DWell my names Trinity, and i have been on this chat for about 2 to 3 years now, and i am here to make new friends and what not, so yea if you just want a friend to talk to then thats me. I met the first love of my life here, who is currently my ex but through that I met many cool people.
It gives you a place to relax, have fun and enjoy yourself.
I tend to put spaces between my “ha”s, but, if I’m laughing and typing like a house afire, I leave them out.
If I’m about to lose my marbles, I’ll use all caps, maybe an exclamation point, but at that point exclamation points are mostly superfluous.
(The singsong Nelson Muntz-style “ha ha,” of course, is completely different—we don’t do this to our friends.
There’s also the sarcastic “ha ha,” a British colleague reminded me: he’s used to reading “ha ha” as “Oh, ha you’re cooking. When you’re doing this, you’re laughing at your desk and your co-workers can hear you, or you’re texting with both hands, clacking and laughing away. You could say the obvious thing: "Megan, that is utterly, awesomely hilarious." Most likely, though, you would say something else, something that better reflects a more natural response to my hilarity.So, how do you laugh, on the Internet, in other languages? Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_input. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_spinner. Really been comin on ere for sum time now well only a few months and think its the best chat room ever, ive been on sum and there like eeewww lol.And then, much the same way "ha" begat "haha" begat "hahaha," the sentiment became extended -- to "ww" and then "www" (and also, if you're so inclined, to "wwwwwww").