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Hi(Hiru). long time no see

Submitted January 2nd, 2003 by: Anonymous


um yeah this is what 8-10 year old kids use Comment by: yoon   
Actually, this is not a common expression... Comment by: Hktor   
This is a chatting term which used to be popular around mid 2000. Hiru is just "hi" and people just attached "ru", I have no idea where it came from tho. I heard some adults used this word but you are not supposed to greet with this to a stranger or elders to you. It can be sounded rude or ignorant. Comment by: Lee   
Hiru means Hi. mostly young kids use it.. but sometimes people use it too, but to me, they look like they are trying to look cute. Comment by: im KOREAN.   


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