Japanese word that refers to the sound of a heart beating
doki doki suru - with a pounding heart
by Jenny Corona June 27, 2010
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The pitter-patter of the heart when around their senpai
My heart went doki-doki when Ethan came around the corner
by Dunkirk C. Badunkidunk October 18, 2018
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Weaboo heartbeat noises; also known as a heart attack from excessive carbohydrates in a weeboo
My heart goes doki doki when we’re in a call.
by KTS-P October 7, 2018
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Coming from the psychological horror Anime game Doki Doki Literature club. This term is generally used when a typically innocent show, game, anime or cartoon takes an unexpectedly dark and disturbing turn.
"Man, Madoka Magic really pulled a Doki Doki when Sayaka literally just went insane."

"Jesus christ, You think Madoka Magic is bad?? I can't believe that the anime Narutaru with its super cute and lighthearted opening just did a Doki Doki and had a guys head cleaved in half by a monster in front of his sister. And then having it shove a spike up her you know what."
by 4600 April 8, 2018
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The depression or sadness felt after playing the game Doki Doki Literature Club.
After finishing the game in one sitting, Marvin got Doki Doki Depression
by ayysmh June 18, 2018
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Also known as Yume Koujou: Doki Doki Panic, this game was originally actually supposed to be a Mario game in Japan, but it got changed to a game about an Arabian family going inside a book. This later became Super Mario Bros. 2, for the U.S. The reason this become Mario 2 was because Nintendo thought that the game made for Japan was way too hard (you can't really blame them), even though it did introduce a few mechanics that are used in some Mario games today. The U.S. version of the game actually did see a release in Japan, known as Super Mario USA.

Also, the U.S. version did use some characters which became standard in some Mario games (just look at Birdo, and the ability to play as Toad).
According to tcrf, Doki Doki Panic was originally created as an advertisement for a "Dream Factory" in Japan (That is what Yume Koujou translates into).
Typical person who doesn't know better: isn't Doki Doki Panic just a ripoff of Mario 2?
by U Ben Had July 29, 2017
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A fan-made song for Doki Doki Literature Club, some of the creators are Oreo and Chi-Chi.
Me: "I like Doki Doki Forever!"
by Goofy Goober Boi February 27, 2020
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