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A type of generic spam often found on Internet message boards and forums. Sometimes used to simply disurpt a thread, other times used more malaciously to flood or disable a forum.

Thread Topic: How 'bout them Bears?

Post A: Yeah, they doin great this year.

Post B: Their contract deals suck, they're going down fast.

Post C: WWWWWWWWWWWWWWW...

Post A: Yeah, they doin great this year.

Post B: Their contract deals suck, they're going down fast.

Post C: WWWWWWWWWWWWWWW...

by C
March 25, 2004

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(on weeaboo sites and chatrooms) to lol. The "w" comes from "warau" (笑う), Japanese verb for "laugh". The actual number of w's used is immaterial but 5 is considered to be a common minimum.

Haruhi: Previews are worthless, listen to my song!

Kyon: BOMBERRRRR!!!

Random Weeaboo: wwwwwwwwwww

Kyon: BOMBERRRRR!!!

Random Weeaboo: wwwwwwwwwww

by Zinggg
August 24, 2008

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Which Was What We Wanted. The abbreviation WWWWW may be placed at the end of a mathematical proof to serve a similar purpose as QED.

We will prove by reductio ad absurdum that there are infinitely many primes.

Assume the opposite, that there are exactly n primes. Let set S contain all n primes in increasing order, such that S={X1, X2, X3... Xn}.

Consider Y such that Y=1+(X1*X2*X3*...*Xn)

Y gives a remainder of 1 when divided by any element of S. Hence Y is not divisible by any prime and must be a prime itself. Yet this contradicts the assumption that there are only n primes, as the existence of Y means there must be at least n+1 primes.

The assumption must then be false and there must be infinitely many primes.

WWWWW.

Assume the opposite, that there are exactly n primes. Let set S contain all n primes in increasing order, such that S={X1, X2, X3... Xn}.

Consider Y such that Y=1+(X1*X2*X3*...*Xn)

Y gives a remainder of 1 when divided by any element of S. Hence Y is not divisible by any prime and must be a prime itself. Yet this contradicts the assumption that there are only n primes, as the existence of Y means there must be at least n+1 primes.

The assumption must then be false and there must be infinitely many primes.

WWWWW.

by J.Sun
March 22, 2009