#4
how?! i don't get it... sorry if this is an idiot question... i don't speak english as my first language
#5
Edit: English isn't your first language, so I apologize for the joke.

The X's stand for kisses and the O's means hugs.

I'm not exactly sure where it originated, but it's been around for centuries.
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#8
x is a kiss and o is a hug.

idk..i guess when you hug people your arms go in a circle, and when you kiss..your lips make an x?
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Edit: English isn't your first language, so I apologize for the

I don't see how Xes and Os have a different meaning in English than in other languages. Or is this simply a tradition that has stayed isolated in English-speaking countries?

Doesn't make much sense at all to me.
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x is a kiss and o is a hug.

idk..i guess when you hug people your arms go in a circle, and when you kiss..your lips make an x?


hmmm..maybe the other way around.
x = hugs
o = kisses
wham, bam, thank you ma'am!
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ha ha , i'll take this one
seriously, im from mexico... and a girl just wrote it on msn, and i was like WTF is that...but thanks for the help
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ex's and oh's. One false move.
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I don't see how Xes and Os have a different meaning in English than in other languages. Or is this simply a tradition that has stayed isolated in English-speaking countries?

Doesn't make much sense at all to me.

they don't have different meaning, but they DO have different sounds, i just didnt get that kiss and hugs stuff
#17
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xoxoxo means hugs and kisses, basically.

oh right! i get it... but, twenty babies?!?!?!
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