In this project, I showed how people laugh online depending on where they are from. Hope you like it and share your own country's version.

#1

Thai

Thai

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JayMae
Community Member
5 years ago

I'm pretty sure this is because the number 5 is pronounced as "ha".

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#2

Arabic

Arabic

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CathyBinder
Community Member
5 years ago

that's so pretty!

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#3

Greek

Greek

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ArletiEleni
Community Member
5 years ago

It is actually "ha ha ha"! ;)

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#4

Danish

Danish

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Kieleenterprise
Community Member
5 years ago

hae hae lol

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#5

Spanish

Spanish

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JustynaJustynaa
Community Member
5 years ago

"jaja" means "eggs" in polish ;D

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#6

Japanese

Japanese

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DariaB
Community Member
5 years ago

www.laughter.jp (hope this won't be recognised as a spam, it's a joke, not an actual link)

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#7

Korean

Korean

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masikim
Community Member
5 years ago

we use korean alphabet ㅋㅋㅋ more.

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#8

Persian

Persian

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Lily
Community Member
5 years ago

khkhkhkh :)))

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#9

American

American

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MiyukiNohara
Community Member
5 years ago

american is LOL not hahaha , hahaha was after people in chats change the ajajajjaa to ahahhahaha in mexico we used ahhahaha and ajajajjaa but iin english chats is better to used ahahahhaa

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#10

Chinese

Chinese

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#11

Brazilian

Brazilian

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NãnciCorreia
Community Member
5 years ago

they say "kkkkkkk"

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#12

Icelandic

Icelandic

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#13

Jamaican

Jamaican

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TinyDynamine
Community Member
5 years ago

Meaning?

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#14

French

French

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Laure
Community Member
5 years ago

mdr is not a laugh, it is an equivalent of lol or lmao

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#15

Italian

Italian

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Luis Basa
Community Member
1 year ago

fake, we laugh with AHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHHAHAHAHAHA or AHQHWHHWHAHAHAHAHQHQHQHHAA or even MORTO(Died), Volo(I’m flying), ROTOLO(I’m rolling on the floor)

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#16

Georgian - ჰა ჰა ჰა

Georgian - ჰა ჰა ჰა

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Hebrew

Hebrew

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OfekHagag
Community Member
5 years ago

I would use חחחחחח instead... I don't know any people who use that form to indicate laughter.

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#18

Nigerian

Nigerian

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#19

Indonesian - Wkwkwkwk

Indonesian - Wkwkwkwk

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KameSaiyanJin - DB Legends
Community Member
2 months ago

Awokawokawokawokawokawokawok too xD

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#20

Norwegian - Høhøhø

Norwegian - Høhøhø

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WannabeBenny
Community Member
1 year ago

Yeah, no one in Norway types høhøhø. We type hahaha. Wtf are your sources

#21

Lithuanian - Cha Cha Cha

Lithuanian - Cha Cha Cha

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#22

Polish- Hahahaha

Polish- Hahahaha

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Dennis Sikorski
Community Member
8 months ago

No we laugh "HAHAHA Kurwa"

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#8 Turkish

#8 Turkish

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DubLounge
Community Member
5 years ago

The photo seems that we do not laugh in turkey :D

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#24

Bulgarian - хахахаха

Bulgarian - хахахаха

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AzimeÖzgen
Community Member
5 years ago

Generally we write "ahahaha" in Turkey :)

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#25

'~'

'~'

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samanthaiza
Community Member
5 years ago

right lol

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#26 Turkish

#26 Turkish

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AliBroJ
Community Member
5 years ago

خخخخخخ lol

#27

Da Da Da

Da Da Da

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#28

Hebrew-חחחחח

Hebrew-חחחחח

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Dennis Sikorski
Community Member
8 months ago

I thought they only choke not joke

#29

# 31 Algerian

# 31 Algerian

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#30

Swedish - Asg

Swedish - Asg

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Bunnymama
Community Member
5 years ago

More like Hahaha

#31

Dutch: Ghahagha

Dutch: Ghahagha

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