Kek literally translates to lol on World of Warcraft. When someone from the Horde side types lol in /say, members of the alliance side see kek instead. Not specific to Orcs.
Human Paladin: Dude, that Orc totally just pwned you.
Human: Dude, now he's laughing at you. Kick his ass.
Not originally from World of Warcraft as some people think, 'kek' is the Korean approximation in english of laughter when typed on a Korean keyboard during Starcraft matches. As Starcraft was made by Blizzard as is world of warcraft, their connection to laughter in both games seems to be an homage of sorts.
Matt: OMGWTF you just got zerg rushed in the face!!!11
literally translates to lol in Orcish. started talking in Orcish on world of warcraft, and they hear it as kek.
i just pwned you, kek!
Liverpudlian slang term referring to trousers
"I like your keks lad where you get them?"
"My keks are aggy
(old and weary)"
I had to peel my keks off I'd had them on for so long.
German for any tea biscuit or cookie. Though "Keks" was originally intended to be a plural form of "Kek
", it has become a singular form (proper plural is now "Kekse").
Invented by biscuit-manufacturer Bahlsen when he first introduced his Leibnitz biscuits around 1900. When people couldn't pronounce the english word "cakes", Bahlsen made up "Keks".
Cookie Monster: "KEKSE! KEKSE!"
"Keks" or "Kiks" is a game traditionally played in Scandinavia. Keks or Kiks meaning "Biscuit". The game is traditionally played in a circle where the participants gather around a biscuit and masturbate. The last man to ejaculate on the biscuit has to eat it at the end of the game. The game may vary with the gender of the participants, but mainly it's an all-male playoff.
Lars: I had had a game of keks with my friends yesterday.
Kurt: Oh yeah? Who won?
Lars: I don't know, but Michael swallowed the whole bit.