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The fact that i am so fed up with native asians, mainly from the ISLAS FILIPINAS that always says KILL JEJEMONS or stop JEJE.

As you all know, if those dull asians can't bear to see the jejeje or jajajaja, as we can't also bear their freakin asian korean boybands, those chinky eyed boluos.

jejeje or jajaja is our way (LATINO/ESPAÑOLES) to laugh over the internet, movíl etc.

It's not that we're dumb, you guys just don't know how we pronounce.

Native filipinos adapted this because they are proud to be somehow hispanic. (i appreciate that)

I am CASTIZO-ESPAÑOL myself, and i use this jejeje even my mates in ESPAÑA.

The fact that 'Native filipinos' (not real filipinos because real filipinos are mestizos & castizos) excessively use this jeje y jaja too often.

We (españoles y latinos) use this moderately not like native filipinos.

NOTE:
If some 'ASIAN' or NATIVE FILIPINA y 'KOREAN ADDICTS' is reading this and you'll give me thumbs down_
All 'SPANISH' speaking countries HATES YOU! be damned as roughly over 450+ million
ESPAÑOLES/MESTIZAJES/LATINOS and all WILL HATE YOU!

ALL LATINOS/ESPAÑOLES EN TODO EL MUNDO, HAZ CLICK EN EL MANO ARRIBA!
Filipino: uyyy miss, puede pahingi ng # mo? jejejeje

---------------------EN CASTELLANO-------------------

Mestizo: eiiii chica, si puedes pasamelo su #? jejejeje
by El Hombre Castizo de Filipinas April 21, 2010
 
1.
another way of saying lol in spain or other hispanic countries. popular or myspace or aim
you're such a freakin cuteface jeje
by terri turmoil July 09, 2006
 
2.
"Jeje" is translated into "hehe", it's widely known for Hispanic to use, since the Spanish alphabet does not have a "j" sound, but it's spelled like it. It is actually pronounced "Hehe", but is written as "jeje".
Hispanic girl on a chatroom: "Jeje, you're so nice!"

Pedophile: "I don't know what the hell 'jeje' is, but if it's sexual, I'M IN!"
by Final Fantasy DUNDUNDUN September 10, 2011
 
3.
When you text a Spanish person and you show a giggle. ("he he!")
person 1) My step sister likes to play Twister with her pants off.
person 2) That's funny! je je! - lol
by mama niki August 09, 2008
 
4.
"hehe" as misspelled by someone who is FAR TOO DAMN LAZY to move his finger half a centimeter to the left when trying to type an "h".

Also, the word "hehe" as misspelled by someone who thinks spelling "creatively" is somehow a mark of individuality.
A: says something funny...

B's RESPONSE: "jejeje..." (as opposed to lol)
by JBPerez May 02, 2010
 
5.
jeje in arabic directly means dick.
That boy has a jeje.
by Rinana June 23, 2005
 
6.
1. Commonly misspelled, but far more interesting way of saying 'hehe'

2. The grooviest fish in the tank; may have an eating disorder and a couple other psychological problems
1. Mia: limm
Dana: jeje

2. "Jeje, stop slamming into the walls of the tank again!"
by simply_stylin April 12, 2005
 
7.
Question: What is, why is it called and how do you defind a "jeje"?

Answer: jeje is the derrogative term used for a certain categorised kind of people, mostly with the origin/roots from Spain or Venezuela.
In their language the letter j isn't pronounced as we know. Their j sounds more like our h with a presound of a person that has got something stuck in his/her throuht, hence they type jejeje or jajaja when they want to express laughing in written words, which happen more than often. This is why we call them jejes.

Another sign that it is a jeje you are dealing with is that he (they are most commonly masciulin) seems to have low intelligence. This is because 1. they can not express themselves in the English language as good as an average person 2. it seems that their kind is simply dumber.

A jeje is also easy to recognice just by looking at it's name. Names written in caps, all letters big or all small, or even beginning with a small letter buy then continiues with big ones. Their names are also often begun with "El" then followed with a random spanish or portuguese word.

The jejes behaviour patterns are relativley easy to defind aswell.
A jeje is mostly seen near the areas of Britain farmlands and along the mountain where the Ettin caves are. If one is seen alone the place is soon filled with others in order to get enough power to fight you. If you fight one near a guardline, expect the jeje to seek comfort within it if you are not able to follow. Other ways to escape a certain death is to houselog in one of the countless numbers of jeje-houses.

As for most things there are exeptions, but in this case too few.
Another fact is that Eltharion is not ajeje, but a nice English guy. If you have additions/corrections you whould like me to do, please post them in this topic.
jejejeje, you suck!!!!11!oneonenoe
by Necrocide July 24, 2005