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 No.605

Why do Russians post messages with )))) at the end?

 No.606

>>605
Its display a positive emotion, such as a smile.

 No.607

>>606
ok, but why is it missing the ':' in :)

 No.608

>>607
Because Russians do not have eyes due to their Mongolian heritage. ))))))))

 No.614

>>607
It's eyes.

 No.615

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>>608
He joked, he laughed at himself.

 No.620

I always wondered that too
The "))))" is also used by some other slavs people! i met a slovenian girl (online ofc) who used to use a lot of "hey )) how are you )))"

at the end i got used to it but i never understood why they don't put the eyes. maybe it's because in the older days the chat already had the ":" for example

Anon: message
Anon: )))

get what i mean?

 No.637

>>608
but that doesn't stop Finngolians from using ":DDDDDD"

 No.654

>>605
I heard somewhere before that it's because it's hard or just takes more time to type a ':' on their keyboard.

 No.673

>>620
I'll give you a hint:

>Anon: message

>Anon: )))
>Anon: )))
>non: )))
>on: )))
>n: )))
>: )))

Took me less time to get this ruski quirk than most twitter shit floating around.

 No.674

>>673
I don't understand your post

 No.729

>>654
I like
>>620 theory better



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