MummuM answered Monday August 15 2005, 8:34 pm: It's little smiley faces. Tilt your head to the side and you'll be able to see what they look like. =P, is a smiley face sticking it's tongue out. :D that one is a huge smile. There's also a few more, =) is just a normal smile, 8-) this is a smile with a nose and glasses, :o) this is a smile with a nose, =O this one is shocked, >:( that one is very mad, ;) this one is winking at you, |:) this one has a hat, :'( this one is crying and :( this one is sad.
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ChOcOLoLo answered Monday August 15 2005, 8:32 pm: :D, this is kind of like a happy face, it shows that maybe the person could be laughing at you, or just giving you a big smile =D. This :P kind of means that the person is like fed up or something. For instance: "school was hard today =P", you know? There's this one smiley ;) that shows that you are winking at them, hehe. Take carez...;). [ ChOcOLoLo's advice column | Ask ChOcOLoLo A Question ]
azngemini answered Monday August 15 2005, 8:29 pm: they just stand for facial expressions. :) that's a smiley face. =P is a face with a tounge sticking out, like in a joking way. :D is a BIG open mought grin. ;) means a wink... and there's more.. but i cant remember all of them because i only use the smiley face one. all you have to do is turn your head to the side and imagine those symbols on a person's face.
M3GHANBUCHERvllybll answered Monday August 15 2005, 8:28 pm: the :D is like a sideways smiley face w/their mouth open and =p is like a sideways face with his tongue out. if you have any other questions about those you can drop one in my inbox and i'll do my best to help you!
lilcliffordgurl answered Monday August 15 2005, 8:27 pm: if you look at them side ways they are little faces.they dont mean nothing but they can be smily faces like this: :D or anything! i hope i helped!
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