jajaja y jejeje | SpanishDict Answers
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Hola!
I've seen the "jajaja" and "jejeje" used a lot of times on this site.
But what does it mean? "yeah" or "haha" or what'

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I am sure jejeje means hehehe. Not too sure about jajaja, probably hahaha

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Ok, I thought so. Nice to have it verified.
Thanks, Eddy!

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of course..dohh...logic!
Thanks wink

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As a teacher would put it
- No question is a stupid question, right?

jajaja! :-p

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Shouldn't that be Jejeje

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I always use the "jejeje" version. One must think of the strong j--Spanish sound here.

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I know right! lol

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Not unless the question is

Miss, what does stupid mean.

Damn, I said I wouldn't correct you again, sorry

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Eddy :-p

No question is too stupid to ask - better? wink

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I like the saying "There are no stupid questions but there are a lot of inquisitive idiots!"

Of course that applies to me as much as anyone. wink

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yeah!

"There are no stupid questions but there are a lot of inquisitive idiots!" - must be the saying in english.
- I just translated the saying directly from danish (No question is or can be a stupid question)...my bad wink

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I find strange that nobody has mentioned it is an onomatopoeia ( spanish word is onomatopeya): words ( or letter formation) that represent everyday sounds, which can be of things, animals or people (i.e. ring bell sounds: ding dong; laugh souns: jajaja or jejeje)

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Two good examples of this in English are
Sizzle
Cuckoo

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I am so glad you added that last line. Phew!

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I have heard this before- "my bad" - is it supposed to mean my mistake/error.

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