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So, how do you laugh, on the Internet, in other languages?

Here -- haaaaaaaaaahahaha -- is a starting guide: Thai: 55555 In Thai, the number 5 is pronounced "ha" -- so instead of saying "hahahahaha," Thai speakers will sometimes write "55555." Japanese: www This abbreviation, not to be confused (which is to say, often to be confused) with the one for the World Wide Web, likely originates with the Kanji character for "laugh," 笑, which is pronounced as "warai" in Japanese.

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Those who do get groceries or go to medical appointments via bus and taxi do so because they really don’t have any other choice.

Imagine you and I are chatting somewhere and sometime on the Internet. "And the most-upvoted answers, awesomely and tellingly, have focused on laughter.

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Something like "LOL." Or ":-)" Or "ha." Or, if my hilarity is a little more hilarious than usual, "haha." Or, if my hilarity is a little less hilarious than usual, "heh." Or, if I my hilarity is slightly ironic, "hehe." Or, if my hilarity is slightly impish, "teehee." Or, if my hilarity is excessively hilarious in a way that requires some excessive laughter: "hahahaha." Or "haaaaaaaaaaaahaha." Or "hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha." But, so many hahas, you get the idea: You'd find a way, basically, to convey through textual means the uncontrollable laughter I have provoked. What if we were chatting in Spanish, or Mandarin, or Japanese?

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