PepeLaugh Twitch Emote Meaning
PepeLaugh is, together with LUL, the most used emote to show that we are laughing bursting with tears in the Twitch chat.
This emote is part of the Pepe the Frog family. It shows Pepe the Frog laughing until his tears come out and with his eyes almost closed.
It is part of the BetterTV and FrankerFaceZ emotes.
PepeLaugh Emote Origin
The first time we saw PepeLaugh was on 4chan in 2014. It became so popular, it was introduced to FrankerFaze in 2017 and has become one of the most used emotes to show that we are laughing a lot.
This term is often accompanied by the text "Here it comes" as a way of anticipating a funny moment.
The PepeLaugh emote is another variation of the internet phenomenon Pepe the Frog. We can trace the origin of the PepeLaugh emote back to the comic illustrator, Matt Furie.
The PepeLaugh emote is especially widespread on many gaming channels and it is one of the most used emotes on Twitch.
How is PepeLaugh pronounced?
This term is pronounced as “pe-pe-laugh”
PepeLaugh shows us Pepe the Frog laughing until his tears come out. It is one of the most used emotes and it is often put next to the phrase "Here it comes". To see and use it you must have the BetterTTV extension installed in your browser.