Ahaha nice example ArtistBBoy.You hit the nail on the head; this is what "haha" means 99% of the time. I see "haha" as a challenge.
Perfect explanation 😂
I will summarize the point your making: A) I'm nervous... B) I'm trying not to be ervous... C) I'm having a great time and laughing... D) I want you to provide something else to talk aboutFor your answer of "e" it's basically spot on, and offers great insight.
Well, I know this is the internet so maybe it's hard to tell and I haven't mastered it, but my entire answer is sarcastic...although there is truth in there. My whole point was to summarize and boil down my answer in to genuine answers because...ITS A TEXT. Stop analyzing a text. a-e do have some truth to them, but it's a complete satire of text/celluar culture. I wasn't being serious. I just want him to understand how simple the answers are, therefore you have nothing to worry about.
Yes!!! this over analyzing of text messages is driving m nuts
Sentence structure carries meaning just as much as nonverbal signs. If your interested in proof, take some psychology/sociology/NLP courses. You will see the FEELing that words possess after you adapt that knowledge to your understanding of ANY situation, combined with trying to relate your own feeling to how the words relate to you.So as an example, I'll borrow papasmurfs statement:- He is probably a straightforward individual who doesn't like hearing the repeat questions on GaG. -continued
And I got all of that out of the parts of his sentence, the exclamation provides excitement that you're answer was brief and to the point- "haha doesn't always mean anything"; and the part about "over" when he states "over-analyzing", shows that he thinks the situation is done too often (hence "over analyzing")...
Well put. (I added the period to make up for my f*** ups)
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