Japanese Text Emoticons : Cool Smileys. Japanese Text Emoticons Japanese Text Emoticons (Also known as Vertical Emoticons, Emoji, Kaomoji or Japanese Smileys) are somewhat different than their western brothers and sisters.
They should be read normally, vertically. Unlike regular smileys which you read from left to right (or right to left), these combinations of ASCII characters are meant to be understood in a glance. Just take a peak at the examples below and you’ll understand. Dreams-Meaning-Infographic.jpg from contentgladiator.com. Italian Grilled Cheese. Who doesn’t love a good grilled cheese?
And, I know it’s totally Ameeeerican to make the classic: American cheese, mayonnaise and bread. But, why not change it a bit and use REALLY fresh and natural ingredients?!?!? Eyes on Design - Download free graphics and learn how to create stunning... Lackadaisy Expressions. Boy, I didn't know what I was getting myself into when I started this.
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With Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince coming out in the U.S. later this week, it's time to out myself as a Slytherin Supporter.
Maybe you already knew that. Nothing against Gryffindors - I'm no Voldemort or anything - but I always tend to like the villains a little more than the do-gooders. To celebrate Harry and Co.'