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copy and paste emojis

Users from Japan popularized a style of emoticons (顔文字, kaomoji) that can be understood without tilting one's head to the left. This style arose on ASCII NET of Japan in 1986. Similar looking emoticons were used by Byte Information Exchange (BIX) around the same time. These emoticons are usually found in a format similar to (*_*). The asterisks indicate the eyes; the central character, commonly an underscore, the mouth; and the parentheses, the outline of the face. Different emotions such as (")(-_-)("), are expressed by changing the character representing the eyes: for example, "T" can be used to express crying or sadness (T_T). T_T may also be used to mean 'unimpressed'. lenny face

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