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I know that's a really weird question but really interesting I think.

In French, we say héhé when we're kindly (like a friend would do) making fun of someone or something. We could also replace it by a ❤ emoticon like to tell to the person that we said it [what we said just before] kindly.

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    Simply removing the diacritical marks would make it perfectly normal in English. Hehe works just fine. Heart signs and other such emoticons work in most Western cultures, if not most cultures everywhere. – user9135 Aug 8 '14 at 16:43
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It is as simple as this

hehe

Have a look at this.

hehe emoticon

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