@Ronflaix Yes. It means laughter.It came from wara(笑) which means laughter. Many "w"s represent more laughter just like "lol" in English.
Plus, Many "w"s looks like grass, so "kusa(草)", which means grass, is used instead of "wwwwwwww" etc..
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