A Guide To Laughing Online

laughter guideI’ve always wondered about how people choose to signal laughter online. When is someone laughing mockingly at what I just said or are you really rolling-on-the-floor-laughing-your-ass-off?

Wonder no longer confused reader. Hopefully this guide will tell you all you need to know about what level of online laughter someone is at. Now the trick is trying to figure out whether they’re laughing with you or at you.

Ryan Evans


1 Response to “A Guide To Laughing Online”

  1. 1 Virgilio February 16, 2009 at 3:11 pm

    I, for example, do not use the american version of the “hahahahah,” but instead the spanish “jajajaja,” and this is due to the fact that the ‘h’ is silent in my language. So next time you see a “ajajajaja” in your chat box, you might be talking to me.

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