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Punctuation symbols grouped together to represent human facialexpressions; they let you add emphasis to your e-mail; also known as smileys Example: basic smile :
Smileys : - and other character art used to express feelings in email communication
Font combinations used as email shortcuts to convey emotions and expressions For example: Happy : -)Wink (sarcasm) ;->Surprised : -0
Below are some of the common symbols people use to show emotion electronically You need to turn you head sideways to see most of them : -) Smiley, sometimes seen as <g> or : -> : -( Sad face 8-) Smiley wearing glasses ;-) A wink : -& Tongue-tied : -o A look of shock : -p Tongue stuck out Talking emotions, when you type in ALL CAPITALS on the Internet, people interpret you as SHOUTING at them : -)
those little happy faces and funny characters used to express emotion over email and in chats Due to the lack of human interaction (sound, facial expression etc ) in computer mediated communication, people use symbols for smile : ) frown : ( wink ;) and more! (these are all sideways by the way) See what you can come up with! : @)
also know as Smileys, are symbols created by using keyboard characters to convey emotions In order to see an emoticon/smiley, turn you head sideways Try it now : -p
Also called smileys or winkies, they are little punctuation faces that add body language to cybercommunication A smiley looks like this : ) or, with a nose, like this : -) and a winky is this ;)
We all know those cute little computer symbols called "emoticons", where : ) means a smile and : ( is a frown Sometimes these are represented by : -) and : -( respectively
plural of emoticon
Facial "expressions" created with punctuation marks to indicate emotional content Typical ones are: : -) = smile; : -( = frown; ;^) = smirk; etc
graphic representations of feelings and emotions; used generally for fun and can be easily personalized Below are a few commonly used samples -- beware, tho' - excessive use is annoying!
The sideways smiley faces that some people type to show emotion in the text of Email messages For example : -) or =)
Symbols made out of keyboard characters, used to convey emotions Common examples include : -) (smile), : -( (frown), and ;-) (wink)
Sometimes called "smileys " A display of emotions using common punctuation symbols, often used when sending e-mail The result is a sideways face For example, this means happy : -) and this is sad : -( and this is a wink ;-)
A group of keyboard characters that take on facial expressions and are used to express emotion in text-based electronic communication, i e e-mail, discussions, or conferencing The most commonly-used symbols are : -) [smile, happy] and : -( [sad, unhappy] A list of emoticons is available at http: //www chatlist com/faces html See http: //www-2 cs cmu edu/~sef/sefSmiley htm for the history of smilies
The online means of facial expressions and gestures Examples: : ) Tip your head to the left and you will see the two eyes and smiling mouth Use them where applicable in chats and email Other emoticons include: : ( sad : 0 surprised o: ) innocent
typed symbols of expression, like a smiley face; tilt your head sideways to the left to see it; also called smileys(click for examples)
The online means of facial expressions and gestures or smilies Examples: : ) Tip your head to the left and you will see the two eyes and smiling mouth Use them where applicable in chats and e-mail Other emoticons include: : ( sad : 0 surprised o: ) innocent
Keyboard symbols used to convey sentiment or emotion in an environment where body language and voice inflection are not available Also known as smileys For example, this series of symbols : - when viewed with the head tilted to the left, represent a smile See Acronyms and smileys for more examples
Smileys [ these things : - ] and other character art used to express feelings in email communication
(aka smileys) - an ASCII glyph used to indicate an emotional state in electronic mail or news Although originally intended mostly as jokes, emoticons (or some other explicit humour indication) are virtually required under certain circumstances in high-volume text-only communication forums such as Usenet; the lack of verbal and visual cues can otherwise cause what were intended to be humorous, sarcastic, ironic, or otherwise non-100%-serious comments to be badly misinterpreted (not always even by newbies), resulting in arguments and flame wars
Also referred to as smileys, these symbols convey the tone of a typed message : ) (See "What's a Smiley?" and "Recommended Smileys and Emoticons for Email Communication")
Another name for characters on the keyboard used to reflect a certain attitude For example, : ) or : ( or 8-) Derives from "Emotion" and "Icon "
Used in E-mail messages to indicate emotions Turn sideways to read them They include smiley : -) wink ;-) smiley with glasses 8-) and frown : -( Other emotions are donated with brackets, such as <sign> or <grin>
This is the name for all those little sideways smiley faces -- and other non-smiling variations on the theme -- that you see sprinkled throughout e-mail messages, chat rooms, and Usenet postings At first glance they may seem shallow: since when has the English language needed graphical assistance? Keep in mind, though, how ridiculously easy it can be to give a wrong impression when batting out message replies, particularly if you're doing it online without editing yourself A smiley face or a substitute such as *grin* tells the message's recipient(s) that you're only kidding or, in certain cases, being sarcastic : )
Smileys and other character art used to express feelings in online communication Some examples: : -) : -0 : -(
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