6 definitions by demonkoala

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genuine question

A tone indicator put at the end of an online message that indicates the message is a genuine question. Especially helpful in situations where the question sounds like it could be rhetorical, or in situations where one wants to show that they are not disagreeing with another's opinion, they just want the explanation behind it.
A: I hate going to the store. That place is evil.
B: Then why did I see you there every day last week? /gen

A: I actually really hate it when people say that I'm smart.
B: Oh, why? /gen
by demonkoala October 14, 2020
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half-joking

A tone indicator added to the end of online messages to indicate that the message is meant to be taken as a joke, but there is some seriousness to it, aka a half-joke.
A: If I get assigned one more homework assignment this week, I might actually give up school and become a boat captain. /hj
by demonkoala October 14, 2020
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joking

A tone indicator placed at the end of online messages to show that they are said in a joking manner, not to be taken seriously.
A: I hate people who curse. If you've ever said a bad word, block and unfollow me right now. /j
by demonkoala October 14, 2020
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lighthearted

A tone indicator put at the end of an online message that indicates the message is said in a lighthearted manner. Especially helpful in situations where one wants to argue for their point, but wants others to know they're not that worked up about it.
A: I hate red. It's an ugly color.
B: Aw, that makes me sad, I really like red! /lh
by demonkoala October 14, 2020
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sarcasm

A tone indicator put at the end of an online message that indicates the message is meant to be sarcastic.
A: My favorite thing about cats is how they step on my keyboard while I'm trying to right an essay. /s
by demonkoala October 14, 2020
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serious

A tone indicator put at the end of an online message that indicates the message is meant to be taken seriously. Especially helpful in situations where something sounds like an exaggeration or sarcasm.
A: I'm dropping out of school to become a nun. /srs
by demonkoala October 14, 2020
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