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Curious new report on Facebook showed that most consumers do laughter by using “haha” or variations thereof, than previously popular abbreviation “lol” (laughing out loud).

The study of our online habits include an analysis of numerous comments and posts in Facebook. According to the survey the most used in funny situations are expressions like “haha”, which occurred in 51.4% of the comments. In second place was laughing Emoji character by 33.7% and “lol” is used only in 1.9% of the comments. Usually it comes to older people and younger used mainly Emoji. Emoticons are also used more than young women, and expressions such as “haha” and “hehe” distributed evenly among the users. The most frequently occurring variations of the words with the 4 and 6 points, but also long examples abound.

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