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what does ")))" mean?

  • 12 replies
    • gadget51
      gadget51
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      Hi poker880888,

      On it's own it doesn't mean a lot, just three 'parentheses' if memory serves.

      In Mathematics or computer programming it could be one end of a nested equation.

      At the end of a sentence it could just be :) :) :) , which may represent three smiley faces , indicating the writer was pleased about something either they or someone else had written or said.

      Apart from that, I can't think of anything else they may be at the moment.

      Regards,

      Mal.
    • pokeraras
      pokeraras
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      Joined: 04.06.2011 Posts: 22
      that's mean

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    • veronika79fleur
      veronika79fleur
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      :coolface:
    • ThatGuyMatt
      ThatGuyMatt
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      I've always associated it with a Smiley face. Its usually Players that arn't native English, something to do with their keyboard that its easier to do ))) that :) ? :f_biggrin:
    • conall88
      conall88
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      it really is :coolface: as far as I know
    • purplefizz
      purplefizz
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      Originally posted by conall88
      it really is :coolface: as far as I know
      serious conall?

      wow i learn something new everyday )))
    • JohanRember
      JohanRember
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      This is a russian smileyface.

      I discovered this smiley after acquiring female russian friends. In combination with bad vocabulary a sentence often finished with the occassional )).

      The amount of ")" simply signifies if it is "nice" "funny" "exciting".

      It is just another version of :) with the assumed colon.

      Glad to be of service.
    • purplefizz
      purplefizz
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      hmmm ok so what does this mean?

      )))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))

      conall you fooling me! :D i almost put that in teh fizzy dictionary :O
    • ThatGuyMatt
      ThatGuyMatt
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      Originally posted by purplefizz
      hmmm ok so what does this mean?

      )))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))

      conall you fooling me! :D i almost put that in teh fizzy dictionary :O
      It means that you've just fell of your chair in hysterics.
    • MJPerry
      MJPerry
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      Originally posted by JohanRember
      This is a russian smileyface.

      I discovered this smiley after acquiring female russian friends. In combination with bad vocabulary a sentence often finished with the occassional )).

      The amount of ")" simply signifies if it is "nice" "funny" "exciting".

      It is just another version of :) with the assumed colon.

      Glad to be of service.
      Today I learned that Russian emoticons are eyeless, terrifying monsters.
    • purplefizz
      purplefizz
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      Originally posted by MJPerry
      Originally posted by JohanRember
      This is a russian smileyface.

      I discovered this smiley after acquiring female russian friends. In combination with bad vocabulary a sentence often finished with the occassional )).

      The amount of ")" simply signifies if it is "nice" "funny" "exciting".

      It is just another version of :) with the assumed colon.

      Glad to be of service.
      Today I learned that Russian emoticons are eyeless, terrifying monsters.
      aw matt(s)!!! things u guys say make me

      ))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))

      :D
    • poker880888
      poker880888
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      Joined: 25.04.2010 Posts: 12
      Originally posted by MJPerry

      Today I learned that Russian emoticons are eyeless, terrifying monsters.
      Not being able to see their cards would explain the generally poor play :P

      Thanks for the info guys.