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Facebook Symbols - Emoticons - ASCII art shapes

Except basic symbols that represents frequent used symbols and special characters and symbols that is rare ones, there is also cool and funny shapes that have been made of all this symbols joined together and looks like this shapes. Note that some of this facebook symbols can be also used as part of mobile phone messages, not only as part of facebook. You can also use these symbols on twitter, google plus + or wherever you want. Use it wisely and your friends will be delighted. For good use of these shapes and these don't appears displaced, you can paste the complete shape after typing a point "dot ." and ENTER (or Shift +Enter). This way, the first line of the shape will not appear displaced.

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