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[SOLVED] What Does "bwahahaha!" mean?

 
 
forgivemeplease
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      Apr 17th, 05, 4:38 PM
Sorry for my ignorance.
I sometimes come across an expression on the usenet or forums called:
"Bwahahahahahahahahahaha!"
What does it mean?
Is it a battle cry or something?
It seems to convey the feeling of ridiculisation to someone or
something?
I think it does not mean positive at all if you encounter it in a reply
to your post.
Your clarification is greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
P.S: Please do not reply this post with just a "bwahahaha", I need
explanation, please.



 
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      Apr 17th, 05, 7:19 PM
forgivemeplease wrote:

> Sorry for my ignorance.
> I sometimes come across an expression on the usenet or forums called:
> "Bwahahahahahahahahahaha!"
> What does it mean?
> Is it a battle cry or something?
> It seems to convey the feeling of ridiculisation to someone or
> something?
> I think it does not mean positive at all if you encounter it in a
> reply to your post.
> Your clarification is greatly appreciated.
> Thanks,
> P.S: Please do not reply this post with just a "bwahahaha", I need
> explanation, please.


Its just a stupid way of laughing. Usualy an evil laugh.

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      Apr 18th, 05, 12:53 AM

"forgivemeplease" <> wrote in message
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> Sorry for my ignorance.
> I sometimes come across an expression on the usenet or forums called:
> "Bwahahahahahahahahahaha!"
> What does it mean?
> Is it a battle cry or something?
> It seems to convey the feeling of ridiculisation to someone or
> something?
> I think it does not mean positive at all if you encounter it in a reply
> to your post.
> Your clarification is greatly appreciated.
> Thanks,
> P.S: Please do not reply this post with just a "bwahahaha", I need
> explanation, please.
>


Evil laugh, usually.



 
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      Apr 18th, 05, 3:50 AM

"Clockmeister" <no-> wrote in message
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> "forgivemeplease" <> wrote in message
> news:...
>> Sorry for my ignorance.
>> I sometimes come across an expression on the usenet or forums called:
>> "Bwahahahahahahahahahaha!"
>> What does it mean?
>> Is it a battle cry or something?
>> It seems to convey the feeling of ridiculisation to someone or
>> something?
>> I think it does not mean positive at all if you encounter it in a reply
>> to your post.
>> Your clarification is greatly appreciated.
>> Thanks,
>> P.S: Please do not reply this post with just a "bwahahaha", I need
>> explanation, please.
>>

>
> Evil laugh, usually.


You guy forgot to add, Usually used by no brain Fuckheads!


 
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      Apr 18th, 05, 4:52 AM

"jollyrodgers" <> wrote in message
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> "Clockmeister" <no-> wrote in message
> news:4262f6e8$...
> >
> > "forgivemeplease" <> wrote in message
> > news:...
> >> Sorry for my ignorance.
> >> I sometimes come across an expression on the usenet or forums called:
> >> "Bwahahahahahahahahahaha!"
> >> What does it mean?
> >> Is it a battle cry or something?
> >> It seems to convey the feeling of ridiculisation to someone or
> >> something?
> >> I think it does not mean positive at all if you encounter it in a reply
> >> to your post.
> >> Your clarification is greatly appreciated.
> >> Thanks,
> >> P.S: Please do not reply this post with just a "bwahahaha", I need
> >> explanation, please.
> >>

> >
> > Evil laugh, usually.

>
> You guy forgot to add, Usually used by no brain Fuckheads!
>


Often, though also used in jest on plenty of occasions.


 
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      Apr 18th, 05, 6:16 AM

forgivemeplease <> wrote
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> Sorry for my ignorance.


Its completely inexcusible.

> I sometimes come across an expression on the usenet or forums called:
> "Bwahahahahahahahahahaha!"
> What does it mean?


That the fool that used it has just got done like a dinner.

> Is it a battle cry or something?
> It seems to convey the feeling of
> ridiculisation to someone or something?


Yeah, basically.

> I think it does not mean positive at all
> if you encounter it in a reply to your post.


Correct.

> Your clarification is greatly appreciated.
> Thanks,
> P.S: Please do not reply this post with just
> a "bwahahaha", I need explanation, please.


bwahahaha


 
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      Jul 15th, 13, 11:28 PM
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forgivemeplease <> wrote
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> Sorry for my ignorance.

Its completely inexcusible.

> I sometimes come across an expression on the usenet or forums called:
> "Bwahahahahahahahahahaha!"
> What does it mean?

That the fool that used it has just got done like a dinner.

> Is it a battle cry or something?
> It seems to convey the feeling of
> ridiculisation to someone or something?

Yeah, basically.

> I think it does not mean positive at all
> if you encounter it in a reply to your post.

Correct.

> Your clarification is greatly appreciated.
> Thanks,
> P.S: Please do not reply this post with just
> a "bwahahaha", I need explanation, please.

bwahahaha
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