ha! ha!

Translations

ha! ha!

(haːˈhaː) interjection
an expression of laughter, sometimes used as a sneer. Ha! ha! That's a good joke!
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Characters, my fine fellow; we stand in need of characters -- all of us -- ha! ha
what a dreadfully dangerous man Ferdishenko must be, and what touching paternal solicitude, on the part of his excellency, ha! ha
Dear Old Boss, - What do you think of my little games here - ha! ha
The Albert Dock launched Dock Sessions, which operates on the first Wednesday of every month and saw free food and cocktails from venues across the Dock including Gusto, What's Cooking, PanAm, Blue, Ha! Ha
Well, it's got to be from Birmingham - they speak funny there that'd get a few smiles an ever so slightly dumb Brummie pig ha! ha
Yates employs around 4,000 people, working in 129 bars of the same name and 23 larger Ha! Ha
With the assistance of a wily 19-year-old blonde who introduced herself as Alice, we found drugs available at THE STAR pub and a trendy bar known as HA! HA
Many prominent buildings in Cardiff and Swansea were owned by RT Properties, including office blocks such as Northgate House in Cardiff and Alexandra House in Swansea, Ha! Ha
Joe Edge, director of the Albert Dock Company, said: "Albert Dock Company is working with Babycream, Blue, PanAm, Ha! Ha
Bars group Yates has set its sights on tripling the size of its upmarket Ha! Ha
Alexandra House, the Dragon Hotel, Oldway Centre and Marks & Spencer in Swansea, and The Ha! Ha