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    What does ''QQ'' mean?

    Everyone keeps saying this in about every freaking thread on MMO Champ, but what does it mean?

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    It means that someone is whineing, and if you look at the QQ letters, it actually looks like 1 pair of eyes crying.

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    are you for real or.... ? its mean cry cry QQ if you look at it its supozed to be 2 eyes and they are wel sheading tears at the bottom

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    Originates from Q_Q I believe, an emoticon for two eyes with tears in each. So I would assume it means whining or crying.

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    1. type "qq" in google
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    Contrary to popular belief, QQ is not a set of crying eyes. It actually originated with the advent of Warcraft II. On battlenet, you could press ALT+Q+Q to immediately exit the match and program. Thus the term "QQ" was to tell people to just quit because they are unskilled. The term later developed and lost it's origin and is usually mistaken as crying eyes. In contemporary gamer culture, QQ has become the mainstream emoticon for crying eyes, though it is still often used in it's traditional sense.
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    Well it's basicly that people are 'crying' about stuff, you know when a child (let's say 5 years old) wants a new toy, they usually start crying and yell "I WANT THAT TOY MOMMY", or when they don't like something but they have to do it (such as go to school) they usually go "I DON'T WANT TO GO TO SCHOOL MOMMY /cry". And if you look close into "QQ" you can see that they look like 2 eyes with tears, Q.Q. So basicly everytime someone tells someone to stop QQing they're basicly saying to stop whining about useless things etc.

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    ontrary to popular belief, QQ is not a set of crying eyes. It actually originated with the advent of Warcraft II. On battlenet, you could press ALT+Q+Q to immediately exit the match and program. Thus the term "QQ" was to tell people to just quit because they are unskilled. The term later developed and lost it's origin and is usually mistaken as crying eyes. In contemporary gamer culture, QQ has become the mainstream emoticon for crying eyes, though it is still often used in it's traditional sense.
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    "QQ" looks like two eyes with teardrops on the bottom, with a little bit of imagination. Hence if you're "QQ'ing" it means that you're whining about something. It's generally used to indicate someone who's whining about something or to indicate ones emotional state.

    HOWEVER, originally QQ is from a Warcraft game (I think) where you could press the key combination of Alt + 2x Q (Alt and two times the Q key) and quit the round AND the game instantly. Hence people would tell noobs to quit playing by pressing Alt + QQ. The term morphed into whining eyes over time.

    EDIT: Damnit Potfur, you beat me to it... :/
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    Quote Originally Posted by potfur View Post
    1. type "qq" in google
    2. see this -
    Contrary to popular belief, QQ is not a set of crying eyes. It actually originated with the advent of Warcraft II. On battlenet, you could press ALT+Q+Q to immediately exit the match and program. Thus the term "QQ" was to tell people to just quit because they are unskilled. The term later developed and lost it's origin and is usually mistaken as crying eyes. In contemporary gamer culture, QQ has become the mainstream emoticon for crying eyes, though it is still often used in it's traditional sense.
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    holy crap...someone else actually knows what QQ is?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by potfur View Post
    1. type "qq" in google
    2. see this -
    Contrary to popular belief, QQ is not a set of crying eyes. It actually originated with the advent of Warcraft II. On battlenet, you could press ALT+Q+Q to immediately exit the match and program. Thus the term "QQ" was to tell people to just quit because they are unskilled. The term later developed and lost it's origin and is usually mistaken as crying eyes. In contemporary gamer culture, QQ has become the mainstream emoticon for crying eyes, though it is still often used in it's traditional sense.
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    haha epic

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    haha, its from starcraft or warcraft 2 when you could press some button and then press "q" twice, then the game would quet. when people used to nerdrage people sad "omfg noob why dont you just qq?".

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    I thought it was crying eyes too with tears, but I guess not.
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    In warcraft 3 we used to use TT or tt made, from T.T
    Both QQ and TT means to cry - just like cryin eye..

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    Made a picture for that some times ago...

    There you go :



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    Quote Originally Posted by potfur View Post
    1. type "qq" in google
    2. see this -
    Contrary to popular belief, QQ is not a set of crying eyes. It actually originated with the advent of Warcraft II. On battlenet, you could press ALT+Q+Q to immediately exit the match and program. Thus the term "QQ" was to tell people to just quit because they are unskilled. The term later developed and lost it's origin and is usually mistaken as crying eyes. In contemporary gamer culture, QQ has become the mainstream emoticon for crying eyes, though it is still often used in it's traditional sense.
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    "QQ" however is insanly misused. If someone complains, the response is often QQ because most people think it equals "whine", as mentioned earlier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by potfur View Post
    1. type "qq" in google
    2. see this -
    Contrary to popular belief, QQ is not a set of crying eyes. It actually originated with the advent of Warcraft II. On battlenet, you could press ALT+Q+Q to immediately exit the match and program. Thus the term "QQ" was to tell people to just quit because they are unskilled. The term later developed and lost it's origin and is usually mistaken as crying eyes. In contemporary gamer culture, QQ has become the mainstream emoticon for crying eyes, though it is still often used in it's traditional sense.
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    i think it has something to do with crying, i could be wrong though

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