Friday, March 22, 2019

kusa 草 - Slang

WIP: this article is incomplete and might change in the unforeseeable future.
In Japanese, kusa 草 means "grass," but it's also a Japanese internet slang for "lol," used when you're laughing at something (someone's joke, maybe.)

If you're wondering why kusa 草 means "lol," that's because of another internet slang: wwww at the end of phrases, which also means "lol." That sequence of w's close to each other looks like a drawing of grass blades, so kusa, "grass," is now also used in place of them.w

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