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I only reply with a :haha: when I laughed IRL
34 37%
I reply with a :haha: when I smiled IRL
28 31%
I reply with a :haha: even if I didn't exibit any physical reaction to the comment in question
15 16%
I don't :haha:
14 15%
Voters: 91.
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#1
You know, , the laughing emoticon

You use it to reply to something that you found funny/made you laugh

But did it really make you laugh? Did you really find what you were replying to funny?

Sometimes I post it even though I didn't laugh. I didn't even exhale through my nose in slight amusement.

How about you?

Edit: spelled exhibit wrong
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Last edited by behind_you at Mar 21, 2014,
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#6
I use it when I laugh like this
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#8
I generally only use that if I actually laughed.

I use 'lol' if it's just stupid, though 'LOL' could also mean actual laughing. I rarely use 'LOL' anyway.
#9
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a lot of the time i use it when people say something really stupid

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#11
You don't have to physically laugh to find something very funny. Also when you're alone you don't laugh as much. I probably smile IRL when I use the . But then again, it's not like I check. I just use the smilies to express the way I feel about the post.

It's also nice to be able to acknowledge that something was funny or amusing without having to say anything about it. If there were no smilies, I just wouldn't post anything in that situation. But it's nice that we can tell the person that they said something funny without having to expand on it.
#12
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You don't have to physically laugh to find something very funny. Also when you're alone you don't laugh as much. I probably smile IRL when I use the . But then again, it's not like I check. I just use the smilies to express the way I feel about the post.

It's also nice to be able to acknowledge that something was funny or amusing without having to say anything about it. If there were no smilies, I just wouldn't post anything in that situation. But it's nice that we can tell the person that they said something funny without having to expand on it.

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#13
i think :snazz: is a better expression of laughter




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#18
I use it whenever someone posts something that - if it were said in a real, live conversation - would make me laugh out loud. I use multiple when it would make me laugh hysterically, or when I genuinely make an audible laugh at my screen.

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I use it whenever someone posts something that - if it were said in a real, live conversation - would make me laugh out loud. I use multiple when it would make me laugh hysterically, or when I genuinely make an audible laugh at my screen.

Yeah, that's probably pretty accurate. People don't really laugh as much when they're alone so it's harder to establish that correlation.
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#36
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I mostly use it to condescendingly laugh at someone stupid or something stupid someone said.

But that's what is for...
#37
I use it when a post made me at the very least chuckle IRL.
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