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New Poll - Best Laugh

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Post #537874 - Reply to (#537873) by jedinat
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3:58 pm, Jun 13 2011
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i remember Azusa from K-On! do that laugh at Ritsu when she is selected to play Juliet which not really suited with her...

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4:58 pm, Jun 14 2011
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In Brazil you just choose some letters on your keyboard and then press them however you want.
oskaopskaopskopaksopaksokas or duhuiahduhdihduia or UEHAUEHUAHEUHE... something like that, I only know how to do mine : usahushaushaush.

Post #537876

4:02 am, Jun 15 2011
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Doesn't the Mexican letter "j" (jota, pronounced ho-tah) sound like an "h" in English? It would essentially be "hahahahaha", which is the same as the first choice...

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4:43 am, Jun 16 2011
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I'm suprised, I always use hehehe. but with all the options of course I went with the MWAHAHA!!! it's just the best!! :-)

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Post #537878
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8:52 pm, Jun 16 2011
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Haha is the standard laugh in english, and it sounds the same as Jaja, which is the standard laugh in spanish in general (not just Mexico).

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Post #537879 - Reply to (#537866) by Pa3ck
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10:18 pm, Jun 17 2011
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It's not our (mexicans) fault

Post #537880 - Reply to (#537876) by That2ndGuy
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11:02 pm, Jun 18 2011
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Both of them only really exist in a text format. An actual laugh doesn't sound like "ha ha ha" or "ja ja ja" or whatever. So the spelling is as good a differentiation as anything.

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