What does VSC stand for?

Very soft chuckle

When you see ‘VSC’ used in online chats or text messages, it’s a short way of saying “very soft chuckle”. This is typically used when someone shares a mild joke or funny story, and you want to let them know that their attempt at humor made you smile.

For instance, if you get a joke from a friend like this: “Friend A: Did you hear about the pencil with two erasers? Friend B: No, what about it? Friend A: It was pointless!”, a simple would be a fitting response. It’s a way to show that you found their joke amusing, even if it wasn’t the funniest thing you’ve ever heard.

Another neat use of VSC is when someone shares a joke or story that isn’t really funny at all. In such a case, you can use VSC to offer a sympathetic laugh, letting them know that you appreciate their effort to bring a little humor to your day.

Example for using ‘VSC’ in a conversation

Hey, did you hear what happened to me today? I accidentally wore my shirt inside out to work.

VSC πŸ˜„

I know, it’s embarrassing. But luckily, no one noticed until I pointed it out myself.

Haha, at least you can laugh at yourself. VSC πŸ˜‚