PepeD is a variant of Pepe the Frog emotes, that was created for the streaming website Twitch.tv as part of the BTTV (Better Twitch TV) collection. The emote features an 8bit animation of Pepe the Frog, dancing to the left and right, while holding up his left and then right hand. via
What does PepeD mean on Twitch?
The PepeLaugh emote features Pepe the frog with a big smile and teary eyes, indicating that one is feeling very happy or nostalgic. The PepeLaugh is often compared to the Crying Laughing emoji. On Twitch chat, the PepeLaugh is often used alongside the phrase “Here it comes”. via
What is SourPLS?
SourPLS is an emote used in Twitch thanks to the BetterTTV extension. This emote is used to show happiness or emotion before a specific event. via
What does Pogo mean Twitch?
It and the phrase "Who Asked," usually followed by the emote, are one and the same to me with it's usage. More ResidentSleeper vibes. 1. via
Why is it called KEKW?
The meaning of KEKW is quite basic: it suggests laughter. And that's why the Spanish Laughing Guy image was used to represent it on Twitch. And this letter is basically a suffix often used for Twitch emotes to convey an exaggerated facial expression. Hence the emote KEKW. via
How do you get Peped?
Basics. Pepe is a friendly bird who will sit on your head for an hour when you click on him. To reach him, just stand underneath his tree branch and jump, be on a very tall mount, or use Levitate. You will get a buff that lasts for one hour. via
Why do streamers smile?
4head. The smiling face of League of Legends streamer Cadburry signifies laughter. People tend to spam it in chat whenever someone is cracking up on a stream, but it can also be used sarcastically to indicate that the streamer made a joke that fell flat. via
How do you get SourPLS?
SourPLS only works if you have the BTTV plugin. If you want to be able to view it, you must manually select the option to view GIFs. The emote rises and falls in popularity frequently. via
Who is Omegalul?
LUL, OMEGALUL and LULW are all based on late content creator John "Totalbiscuit" Bain who originally uploaded his face as a Twitch emote in 2013. The original LUL emote was rejected due to DMCA claims but it eventually became a global emote on the platform while OMEGALUL continues to be a BTTV exclusive. via
Who made Monkas?
The origins of monkaS can be traced back to a 4chan thread submitted to /lit/ during the summer of 2011. More than five years later, it was added to the FrankerFaceZ Twitch extension, swiftly becoming an omnipresent part of the platform's subculture after it made on appearance of Forsen's subreddit. via
What is pogo slang for?
A pogo, in house parlance, is a personality quirk that irritates the other housemates so much that they talk about it. The term comes from Winston's overeager boner, which appears with such startling regularity that Nick, Jess, and Schmidt had to invent a shorthand for discussing it. via
What does it mean to pogo?
: to dance by hopping up and down punk rockers pogoing madly. via
What does pogo means in Tagalog?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs) is the official designation for firms operating in the Philippines which offer online gambling services to markets outside the Philippines. via