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Hey people. How do you write hahaha in your mother language? I thought its haha internationaly but its not. For example the greeks are writing xaxaxa. Some are writing hoho. The strangest of all are turks. They dont have a specific one. They just smash the buttons and its something like asjdkgjkslsmekofnflro. But its different everytime. They really just type some buttons in.

So. How do you express laughing in the internet in your motherlanguage?

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Haha for normal laugh.
Hehe for laughing at someones misfortune ( Schadenfreude)
Hoho and Hihi for laughing like an crazy idiot.
Muahahahha and buahahha for evil laughing and also at someone's misfortune.

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Ahahahahah is generic laugh
Eheheheheh is more of a laugh you'd make when you know you made something funny in your opinion
Ihihihihih is more of a making fun of someone laugh

Ironically Uh-Uh and Oh-Oh are generally used when something unexpected and negative happens

jajaja mainly, but I prefer jejeje; jijiji, jojojo, jujuju also work.

Juas xD

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TomaTito said:

jajaja mainly, but I prefer jejeje; jijiji, jojojo, jujuju also work.

Juas xD

This is the only other ones I have seen. 

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Haha or hahaha in Dutch. Hihi is giggling.