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coolsmoe

What does this mean? '๚๚๚'

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coolsmoe

See subject. :-)

 

Thx!

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slick67

No idea what it means, but i do know one thing: it's not Thai :D

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FROST MEDIC999

it means in Thai exactly what you have asked

'๚๚๚'

 

 

So Fuck knows Matey

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coolsmoe

Hehe, I'll ask the girl who wrote it then. Probably pressed wrong symbol or something like that. :)

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slick67

the ๚ symbol is used in Thai to mark the ending of a chapter in a book.

 

Maybe she used it at the end of a letter or something?

 

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teigen

This special symbol is used as an abbreviation sign, for shortening very long words and is then called "payyaannoy", but when repeated it could be best translated as "etc...", and it's then called "payyaantay"

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Ninjapuppet

And does anyone know what 55555 means?

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coolsmoe
And does anyone know what 55555 means?

 

5 is pronounced 'ha' in Thai... So 5555 means hahahaha. In other words laughing. :)

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coolsmoe
This special symbol is used as an abbreviation sign, for shortening very long words and is then called "payyaannoy", but when repeated it could be best translated as "etc...", and it's then called "payyaantay"

 

I see... Not that it makes more sense now... :-)

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whitespider

This special symbol is used as an abbreviation sign, for shortening very long words and is then called "payyaannoy", but when repeated it could be best translated as "etc...", and it's then called "payyaantay"

 

On the nail. for example

 

มหาวิทยาลัยจุฬาลงกรณ์ = Chulalongkorn University

 

มหาวิทยาลัยจุฬาฯ = Chula University

 

New to me about the "repeats" meaning etc but I guess would make sense.

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slick67

I think people are getting their symbols mixed up a bit :D

 

ๆ     - repetition symbol: มากๆ = maak maak

ฯ     - abbreviation symbol: กรุงเทพฯ = Grungtep (mahanakorn blablabla)

ฯลฯ - symbol for "etcetera": อุบลฯ อุดรฯ ฯลฯ = Ubon(ratchatani), Udon(tani), etc.

๚     - symbol to mark the end of a chapter or a long paragraph (which is pretty rare I think, haven't seen it used before, unlike the others)

 

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coolsmoe

Allright, thanks for the answers...

 

She wrote: "Hi !๚๚๚!my " and then continued by my nickname.

 

So it probably means nothing or an extensive 'Hi' :)

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Sofa King High

fuckin' ey I'm jealous, some of you guys really know your stuff!

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