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  • fastpitch17
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    Wk because of thumb location on the keyboard. Not that it makes sense reading, just lazy type.

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  • Rismarsh
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    FYI, not only wkwkwkwkk many people around me also using akakakakak; gkgkgkgkgkgk; even xixixixiixixi to describe the way they laughs. Those are similar with LOL. As for me, I prefers using 'hahaha' when I texted someone

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  • ten dollar
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    wuakaka, wkakakaka, wkaka = lol = ha ha ha = all of this have the same meaning, and we can't find it in dictionary.

    but in common dictionary the meaning is the same with = lough.................., and usually using not to ridicule, but to declare
    upper posting is funny......................, so usually using to lough together.
    Last edited by ten dollar; 08-07-15, 11:46.

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  • ScooterIndo
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    Originally posted by susilams View Post
    When someone writes 'wakakakakak' or 'wkwkwkwkw', those r just similar with 'LOL'
    Or just save yourself the grief and use an emoticon.

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  • susilams
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    Originally posted by jukung11 View Post
    I have been following a few feeds/ blog posts and I kept coming across a few variations of the same thing I could not understand.

    wuakaka, wkakakaka, wkaka

    They seemed like they were used interchangeably. Anyone?
    When someone writes 'wakakakakak' or 'wkwkwkwkw', those r just similar with 'LOL'

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  • Adsyoung
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    After a month of seeing this with a penpal skype associate, i always just figured wkwk was a typo of some variety. This is good to know.

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  • jstar
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    The same with English speakers/writers who use LOL all the time.

    You see the wkwkwk really a lot, especially on Fb and BBM.

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  • PhilippeD
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    Most of the sell of my wife are done through phone messenger.
    Many of her customer write those "hahaha" at every sentence. It is anoying to read!

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  • ScooterIndo
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    Originally posted by Alia View Post
    Oh yes.., my general cashier also ALWAYS use hahaha everytime I ask her something.

    Me : "Hana, kapan yang ini dibayar ?"

    Her : "Hahaha.., minggu depan bu.."

    Me : "Jangan lama-lama, kalau bisa 1-2 hari ini ya"

    Her : "Hahaha.., iya bu.."


    Hahahaha great post sayang

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  • fransgg
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    Originally posted by Alia View Post
    Oh yes.., my general cashier also ALWAYS use hahaha everytime I ask her something.

    Me : "Hana, kapan yang ini dibayar ?"

    Her : "Hahaha.., minggu depan bu.."

    Me : "Jangan lama-lama, kalau bisa 1-2 hari ini ya"

    Her : "Hahaha.., iya bu.."


    She must be quite nervous talking with you, Alia. hahaha, now I am nervous too

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  • Alia
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    Oh yes.., my general cashier also ALWAYS use hahaha everytime I ask her something.

    Me : "Hana, kapan yang ini dibayar ?"

    Her : "Hahaha.., minggu depan bu.."

    Me : "Jangan lama-lama, kalau bisa 1-2 hari ini ya"

    Her : "Hahaha.., iya bu.."


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  • jukung11
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    I understand that humor does not come across well in writing. hehe, or haha can be occasionally helpful to show light heartedness or humor. Some chats I read, many younger Indonesians seem to use it after every sentence. It gets annoying. I never saw this in the U.S.. Maybe I'm just old and out of touch.

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  • Alia
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    I have never use this wkwkwkwk laugh (and its other alike friends) .., to me it sounds so lebay.

    Use hahaha.., hehehe.., instead. That's the real one. And means the same by all the world language I think.

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  • fransgg
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    Originally posted by jukung11 View Post
    I have been following a few feeds/ blog posts and I kept coming across a few variations of the same thing I could not understand.

    wuakaka, wkakakaka, wkaka

    They seemed like they were used interchangeably. Anyone?
    Wuakaka, wkakakaka, wkaka They all same meaning Laughing out loud, the longer typing wkakakakakaka meaning longer laughing

    Hope this help,

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  • bad_azz
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    also wkwkwk = equivalent of hehehe/ hahaha - laughter

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