How do other languages indicate laughter while texting

JUAN MARTINEZ

December 18, 2015

How do other languages indicate laughter while texting

 

While chatting, messaging and using other internet resources, we know that we indicate laughter by just typing “haha”, but did you ever wondered how is it written in other languages.

I found these photographs indicating who different languages from different parts of the world type this very common expression.

Lets find out!

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Images were taken from: DesignTaxi

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