How People from Other Countries Laugh Online

Did you know that not all people use the same letters to express laughter on the Internet?

The infographic below shows some of the ways to laugh online in different languages. Check it out:

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Even if you don’t speak a foreign language, at least now you know how to laugh in many languages jajaja 555 xaxa! Feel free to leave a comment with other ways to laugh on the web!

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17 responses to “How People from Other Countries Laugh Online

  1. Pingback: Como as Pessoas de Outros Países Riem na Internet | Abroadee·

      • I think it’s great that we have the opportunity to communicate in English, in addition to Portuguese. I love when I have the chance to practice my foreign language skills and I guess you do too! :)

      • hey Juliana! I LOVE YOUR BLOG – I’m a Brazilian too and we have ” HAUAHAUAHAU” “huahsuhauhsuahusha” “shuahsuhauhsuahushuahsuah” and, sometimes when the thing is very very funny, we have “ahuiahosiuhaoisuhioaunsnilauheopiuhaiuhai” :D

  2. How could you miss out on the classic “Hehehehe” or “Muwahaha”?

    Korean also has “keu-keu” and “heuheu” (as mentioned by the — at site run by native Korean speakers in an attempt to inform learners. :) )

    Japanese has a number of other sounds that could be used for laughter — Though to my understanding two of the more common laughs are kukuku, and fufufu.
    Actually there is a fairly popular manga (One Piece) where in each villain has their own unique evil laugh. Some of them get pretty ridiculous.

  3. You really make it seem so easy with your presentation
    but I find this matter to be actually something which I think I would never understand.
    It seems too complicated and extremely broad for me. I’m looking
    forward for your next post, I will try to get
    the hang of it!

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