What does monkas mean
MonkaS is a Better Twitch TV emote featuring an illustration of Pepe the Frog appearing frightened while sweating, which is typically used in Twitch chat during moments of high tension in video game matches to express anxiety. That month, monkaS was added to the TwitchQuotes  database. On April 10th, Redditor Rekipp submitted a post asking "What does slang word 'monkas' mean? Many variations of the emote have been created for use as emotes on Twitch chat, including monkaGIGA  shown below, first from left , monkaThink shown below, second from left , monkaW shown below,third from left and monkaOMEGA shown below, fourth from left. As of mid-February , 11 variations of the emote were ranked among the most used Twitch emotes according to Stream Elements.
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MonkaS – Learn more about MonkaS meaning on Twitch
What does MonkaS mean? Everything you need to know about Twitch Emote - MonkaS
You can find this Twitch emote all over the platform, appearing on gaming streamers and unrelated ones, popping up in loads of streamers from the Twitch directory. It is instantly recognizable as Pepe the frog. As one of the more relatable memes or Twitch emotes, it is used in moments of intense action, anxiety-inducing sections or during otherwise emotive moments. Monkas has been floating around Twitch for some time, along with other popular Pepe emotes. These include Pepehands, Poggers, Feelsbadman and Feelsgoodman, among others. The fate of Pepe the frog has been pretty strange since the emote was introduced.
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Ever been so frightened that sweats start dripping off your forehead? If yes, then you can relate to the MonkaS meme. Another viral emote features an illustration of Pepe The Frog who appears to be frightened and is sweating from imminent danger. It is generally used to indicate fear, anxiety, and nervousness.
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