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However, an equals sign, a number 8, or a capital letter B are also used to indicate normal eyes, widened eyes, or those with glasses, respectively. Eastern emoticons generally are not rotated sideways, and may include non-Latin characters to allow for additional complexity.

These emoticons first arose in Japan, where they are referred to as kaomoji (literally "face characters").

With their app for i Pad, Facebook had released what it called "chat stickers", easily sendable beautiful images, most of which depict some emotions, states of being, or activities, but do it better than good-old smileys do.

Sending these images is as easy as making two clicks.

The most common explanation for these different styles is that in the East, the eyes play the primary role in facial expressions, while in the West, the whole face tends to be used.

Western style emoticons are mostly written from left to right as though the head is rotated counter-clockwise 90 degrees.

( With these symbols we can arrange some interesting patterns and make whole "smiley pictures" in the same way that we make text pictures using plainly symbols.

Since this image was first created we have incorporated the use of webcams and there is now a button which activates audio and video capabilities which are also available on your mobile phone.

Some of these are wider (made up of more characters) than usual kaomoji, or extend over multiple lines of text.

Many use characters from other character sets besides Japanese and Latin.

Before we start, take a long pleasant breath now and let your mind slip into a world of kindness and deep emotions. It's about sharing the enjoyment of life with other people. Check it out, it's pretty cool and it works awesomely and looks originally in FB comments.

With a tool I made, you can make your own special pattern and simply choose where you want what kind of icon made from symbol.

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