Do French use LOL?
MDR – Mort de Rire
It means “dying of laughter” – and while it may have more in common with LMAO or ROFL, it’s the most quintessentially French equivalent of typing lol.
How would you spell a French laugh?
French: hahaha, héhéhé, hihihi, hohoho; also MDR
But French also has a more delightful acronym: The French equivalent of LOL is MDR, which means “mort de rire,” or “dying of laughter.”
What does Honhonhon mean?
Filters. (informal, usually derogatory) Expression of a stereotypical French laugh.
How do you say LMAO in French?
Translation of “L.M.A.O” in French
Je suis M.D.R. maintenant.
What does JSP mean in texting?
Summary of Key Points. “Java Server Pages” is the most common definition for JSP on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
How do French write haha?
ha ha ha !
Are you wondering how to say “Hahaha” in French ? “Hahaha” is the equivalent to Ha ha ha ! in French, and I’m pretty sure you’ve heard it many times before already. … FrenchAllez !
How do you express laughter in text?
You can go shorter, for less amusement (ha, aha, heh), or longer, for greater amusement (hahahaha, bahaha, ahaha). You can also vary the consonant (bahaha, gahaha) or the vowel (heh, hehe, heehee). Typos, like ahha or hahahaah, may indicate you’re laughing too hard to type properly.
What does Mort de rire?
lit., as adjective or past tense, dead or died of laughing, so “died laughing” or “dying of laughter”; compare mort de faim for starve. Often appearing as abbreviation “mdr” or “MDR,” e.g., in SMS, as the French expression equivalent to LOL; sometimes expanded as the infinitive, mourir de rire (see Larousse).
Do the French say sacre bleu?
Sacrebleu! Sacrebleu is a very old fashioned French curse, which is rarely used by the French these days. An English equivalent would be “My Goodness!” or “Golly Gosh!” It was once considered very offensive.
Does Santa say ho ho ho in French?
Translation of “Ho, ho, ho” in French. Santa Claus goes: Ho, ho, ho. Le Père Noël fait: ho, ho, ho. … Joyeux Noël !
Where did Oui Oui baguette come from?
Nothing. It’s a phrase english speaking people use to make fun of french speaking people.
What defines a baguette?
1 : a gem having the shape of a narrow rectangle also : the shape itself. 2 : a long thin loaf of French bread.