Emoticon = Emotion + Icon.
The emoticon also called Kaomoji (Japanese language). An emoticon is a pictorial representation of a facial expression using punctuation marks, numbers and letters, usually written to express a person's feelings or mood. Here we collect popular emoticons. Scott Fahlman was the first documented person to use the emoticons
:-( at 1982.Initially, use ASCII characters to form emoticons, and turn 90 degrees to simulate a person's face. By 1986, the Japanese changed the emoticon, do not roll his head while reading. Asian text was subsequently added common-byte characters, such expression is more abundant. In recent years, emoticons joined the body movements and gestures, expressing themes are more diverse.Here we collect commonly used emoticons.
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