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I just left Olive less than two hours ago but I miss her so much already :( By the way I just found out the chinese and japanese input in my iTouch, and there’s also emoji input :)) when I was in college, I found this very amusing, we used it a lot in chinese and japanese (of course I don’t remember any of it now) text based conversation. Such as instant messenger or sms. Here are some of the emojis.

Japanese
( T_T)\(^-^ )
ヾ(@⌒ー⌒@)ノ
ヽ(´o`;
(`_´)ゞ
♪( ´θ`)ノ
d(^_^o)
(; ̄ェ ̄)
@(・●・)@
( ´Д`)y━・~~

Chinese ones
{(-_-)}
(¬_¬)
(^_^)a
(o_0)
(⌒-⌒; )
m(_ _)m

Can you guess the meanings?
Well of course, twitter is too cool for emojis, better don’t use this if you don’t want people to start unfollowing you. Happened to me the day I tried this out on twitter. LOL.

A post and I still miss Olive (ToT)/~~~

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One Comment

  1. do people hate those emojis on twitter? but they’re so cute
    and help you express yourself.. twitter can be a weird world,
    innit? (o_0)


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