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what does "wwktkr" means?

mike321

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a lot of japanese people i chatted with keep using the word "wwktkr". i am so confused.
 

undrentide

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a lot of japanese people i chatted with keep using the word "wwktkr". i am so confused.

It consists of two words(?), ww and ktkr.
ww (could be w or www too): giggle or laughter
ktkr: stands for キタコレ (ki ta ko re) which is a variant of キター! (kitaaa!)
Both are interjection used when something actually comes/appear that one has been anticipated.

http://imimatome.com/netyogonoimi/ktkr.html

...and how about "orz"?

This is a kind of "emotion" used on the net, it signify a person on four - meaning disappointment, dejection, despondency, etc.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emoticon#Posture_emoticons
 

epigene

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...and how about "orz"?
To add to undrentide's post, this emoticon is the shape of a person on his/her knees, hands on ground, and head bent down.

Same for OTL.
 
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