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¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Kaomoji: Emoji / Smiley in ASCII Symbols

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Find a list of more than 100 emojis in ASCII art, called kaomoji or Japanese emoticon that you can use with a simple copy/paste.

¯\_(ツ)_/¯ - (งツ)ว - ʕ •́؈•̀ ₎ - (⊃。•́‿•̀。)⊃ - ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ - ƪ(ړײ)‎ƪ​​

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Kaomoji / Emoji ASCII: Faces and Expressions

ʘ‿ʘ
Innocent face

ಠ_ಠ
Reddit stripping face

(。◕‿◕。)
Minion face with big eyes

( ゚Д゚)
Surprise, Braillard

(╬ ಠ益ಠ)
Angry face

ಠ‿ಠ
Sneaky smile

( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
4chan

ಥ_ಥ
Crying face

ಥ﹏ಥ
Crying face

⊙﹏⊙
Confused, bewildered

°‿‿°
Japanese lion face

(´・_・`)
Concerned face

ఠ_ఠ
Face with pretty eyes

(⊙_◎)
Zonnard

ミ●﹏☉ミ
Crazy face

(ಥ⌣ಥ)
Sad face

(๑•́ ₃ •̀๑)
Sad face

◔_◔
Careless face

♥‿♥
Loving face with eyes in the heart

( ˘ ³˘)♥
Kiss

( ˇ෴ˇ )
shark face, face with a big mustache.

(҂◡_◡)
Injured life

⥀.⥀
Face rolling eyes

(⩾﹏⩽)
Face that takes a shock, face that forces

( ఠ ͟ʖ ఠ )
Judging face

( ͡ಠ ʖ̯ ͡ಠ )
Tired face, old face

( ಠ ʖ̯ ಠ )
Face that doesn't like, face that's depressed

♨_♨
Face with eyes on fire

(._.)
Face looking down

눈_눈
Tired face

(◠﹏◠)
Satisfied face

◖ᵔᴥᵔ◗ ♪ ♫
Face that listens to music with headphones

{•̃_•̃}
Robot face

(ᵔᴥᵔ)
seal

(Ծ‸ Ծ)
Questioning face, disapproving face...

ʘ‿ʘ Innocent face
ಠ_ಠ Reddit stripping face
(。◕‿◕。) Minion face with big eyes
( ゚Д゚) Surprise, Braillard
(╬ ಠ益ಠ) Angry face
ಠ‿ಠ Sneaky smile
( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) 4chan
ಥ_ಥ Crying face
ಥ﹏ಥ Crying face
⊙﹏⊙ Confused, bewildered
°‿‿° Japanese lion face
(´・_・`) Concerned face
ఠ_ఠ Face with pretty eyes
(⊙_◎) Zonnard
ミ●﹏☉ミ Crazy face
(ಥ⌣ಥ) Sad face
(๑•́ ₃ •̀๑) Sad face
◔_◔ Careless face
♥‿♥ Loving face with eyes in the heart
( ˘ ³˘)♥ Kiss
( ˇ෴ˇ ) shark face, face with a big mustache.
(҂◡_◡) Injured life
⥀.⥀ Face rolling eyes
(⩾﹏⩽) Face that takes a shock, face that forces
( ఠ ͟ʖ ఠ ) Judging face
( ͡ಠ ʖ̯ ͡ಠ ) Tired face, old face
( ಠ ʖ̯ ಠ ) Face that doesn't like, face that's depressed
♨_♨ Face with eyes on fire
(._.) Face looking down
눈_눈 Tired face
(◠﹏◠) Satisfied face
◖ᵔᴥᵔ◗ ♪ ♫ Face that listens to music with headphones
{•̃_•̃} Robot face
(ᵔᴥᵔ) seal
(Ծ‸ Ծ) Questioning face, disapproving face...

Kaomoji / Emoji ASCII: Characters

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Character who shrugs his shoulders with a smile

¯\(°_o)/¯
Character "MEH" shrugging his shoulders

¯\_(⊙︿⊙)_/¯
Sad and confused character who shrugs his shoulders

ԅ(≖‿≖ԅ)
Warm and delicate touch

ლ(`ー 'ლ)
punches, threats.

☜(⌒▽⌒)☞
excited, overwhelmed

ヽ(´▽`)/
Character with a happy face

ヽ('ノ)ノ
Character basking in glory

ᕙ(⇀‸↼)ᕗ
Character with bent arms

ᕦ(ò_óˇ)ᕤ
Muscle swelling character

⊂(◉‿◉)つ
Kirby

q(❂‿❂)p
Tripping out

¿Ⓧ_Ⓧﮌ
Confused character

(⊙.☉)7
Confused character

щ(゚Д゚щ)
God! Why?

٩(๏_๏)۶
Watching character

t(-_-t)
Double Fingers of Honour

(づ ̄ ³ ̄)づ
Hugger

(づ。◕‿‿◕)づ
Stranger danger

"ヽ('▽`)ノ"
TGIF

┌(ㆆ㉨ㆆ)ʃ
Dance

(⊃。•́‿•̀。)⊃
I'm a hugger

(っ˘ڡ˘ς)
Yum

(งツ)ว
Hitchhiking

ヾ(-_- )ゞ
Emo Dance

♪♪ ヽ(ˇ∀ˇ )ゞ
Dance

ヾ('ノ♪`)ノ♪♪
Singing character, opera

(っ▀¯▀)つ
Stunna shades

('´ж)
Barf

(° ͜ʖ͡°)╭∩╮
Flip-flop character

ح(-̀ж-́)ง †
Exorcist

~(^-^)~
Dance of the waves

\(ᵔᵕᵔ)/
Hourly hug

ლ(-́-́ლ)
Boxer

(ง '̀-'́)ง
Fight

(-̀ᴗ-́)و ̑̑
Victorious character

[¬º-°]¬
Zombi

(☞゚ヮ゚)☞
Finger-pointing character

''⌐(ಠ۾ಠ)¬''
Chasing, running away

(っ•́。•́)♪♬
Personage who sings

ƪ(ړײ)ƪ
Mischievous character

¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Character who shrugs his shoulders with a smile
¯\(°_o)/¯ Character "MEH" shrugging his shoulders
¯\_(⊙︿⊙)_/¯ Sad and confused character who shrugs his shoulders
ԅ(≖‿≖ԅ) Warm and delicate touch
ლ(`ー 'ლ) punches, threats.
☜(⌒▽⌒)☞ excited, overwhelmed
ヽ(´▽`)/ Character with a happy face
ヽ('ノ)ノ Character basking in glory
ᕙ(⇀‸↼)ᕗ Character with bent arms
ᕦ(ò_óˇ)ᕤ Muscle swelling character
⊂(◉‿◉)つ Kirby
q(❂‿❂)p Tripping out
¿Ⓧ_Ⓧﮌ Confused character
(⊙.☉)7 Confused character
щ(゚Д゚щ) God! Why?
٩(๏_๏)۶ Watching character
t(-_-t) Double Fingers of Honour
(づ ̄ ³ ̄)づ Hugger
(づ。◕‿‿◕)づ Stranger danger
"ヽ('▽`)ノ" TGIF
┌(ㆆ㉨ㆆ)ʃ Dance
(⊃。•́‿•̀。)⊃ I'm a hugger
(っ˘ڡ˘ς) Yum
(งツ)ว Hitchhiking
ヾ(-_- )ゞ Emo Dance
♪♪ ヽ(ˇ∀ˇ )ゞ Dance
ヾ('ノ♪`)ノ♪♪ Singing character, opera
(っ▀¯▀)つ Stunna shades
('´ж) Barf
(° ͜ʖ͡°)╭∩╮ Flip-flop character
ح(-̀ж-́)ง † Exorcist
~(^-^)~ Dance of the waves
\(ᵔᵕᵔ)/ Hourly hug
ლ(-́-́ლ) Boxer
(ง '̀-'́)ง Fight
(-̀ᴗ-́)و ̑̑ Victorious character
[¬º-°]¬ Zombi
(☞゚ヮ゚)☞ Finger-pointing character
''⌐(ಠ۾ಠ)¬'' Chasing, running away
(っ•́。•́)♪♬ Personage who sings
ƪ(ړײ)ƪ Mischievous character

Kaomoji / Emoji ASCII: Animals

ʕ-ᴥ-ʔ
Minion bear

ʕᵔᴥᵔʔ
Squinting bear

ʕ -`ᴥ-'´ʔ
Angry Bear

ʕ •́؈•̀ ₎
Winnie the Pooh

(`・ω・´)
Feel perky

ᵒᴥᵒ
Cat Face

V-ᴥ-V
Fido Dog

ฅ^-ﻌ-^ฅ
Chat

( ఠൠఠ )ノ
Angry birds

ʕʘ̅͜ʘ̅ʔ
Monkey face smiling

ح˚௰˚づ
Flying Pig

ʕ-ᴥ-ʔ Minion bear
ʕᵔᴥᵔʔ Squinting bear
ʕ -`ᴥ-'´ʔ Angry Bear
ʕ •́؈•̀ ₎ Winnie the Pooh
(`・ω・´) Feel perky
ᵒᴥᵒ Cat Face
V-ᴥ-V Fido Dog
ฅ^-ﻌ-^ฅ Chat
( ఠൠఠ )ノ Angry birds
ʕʘ̅͜ʘ̅ʔ Monkey face smiling
ح˚௰˚づ Flying Pig

Kaomoji / Emoji ASCII: flipping

(╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻
Throwing a table in the air

┬─┬ ノ( ゜-゜ノ)
Put the table back in place

┬─┬⃰͡ (ᵔᵕᵔ͜ )
Put the table back in place

┻━┻ ︵ヽ(`━')ノ︵ ┻━┻
Put 2 tables in the air

(ノಠ ∩ಠ)ノ彡( \o°o)\
Snitching on a friend

(╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻ Throwing a table in the air
┬─┬ ノ( ゜-゜ノ) Put the table back in place
┬─┬⃰͡ (ᵔᵕᵔ͜ ) Put the table back in place
┻━┻ ︵ヽ(`━')ノ︵ ┻━┻ Put 2 tables in the air
(ノಠ ∩ಠ)ノ彡( \o°o)\ Snitching on a friend

Kaomoji / Emoji ASCII: Other

( ^_^)o自自o(^_^ )
Tranquer

༼∵༽ ༼⍨༽ ༼⍢༽ ༼⍤༽
trolling

ヽ༼ ಠ益ಠ ༽ノ
Angry troll

乁( ◔ ౪◔)「 ┑(┑  ̄)┍
no support

(∩`-')⊃━☆゚.*・。゚
Magician with a magic wand

ε=ε=┌(;*'ε`)ノ
Running, fleeing character

-`Ღ´-
Heart, love

( ^_^)o自自o(^_^ ) Tranquer
༼∵༽ ༼⍨༽ ༼⍢༽ ༼⍤༽ trolling
ヽ༼ ಠ益ಠ ༽ノ Angry troll
乁( ◔ ౪◔)「 ┑(┑  ̄)┍ no support
(∩`-')⊃━☆゚.*・。゚ Magician with a magic wand
ε=ε=┌(;*'ε`)ノ Running, fleeing character
-`Ღ´- Heart, love

History of kaomojis

These pictograms were created in Japan in the 1990s. They then spread at full speed through electronic messages, encouraged by the democratization of the web and mobile telephony. Emojis are now ubiquitous throughout the world.

At first, emojis were only textual such as :) or :(. It is DOCOMO, a Japanese mobile phone company, which is at the origin of the first pictorial emojis. We will then differentiate between emojis which are images and kaomojis which are a series of textual symbols. Finally, it was in 2010 that emojis were normalised and added to the Unicode standard to give the emojis we know best: 🙂 and 🙁. You can find the history and origins of emoji here.

Japanese style Kaomojis

Japanese users have popularised a style of emoticon (顔 文字, kaomoji, lit "face characters") that can be understood without tilting the head to the left. This style appeared on ASCII NET, an early Japanese online service, in 1986. Similar emoticons were used on the Byte Information Exchange (BIX) at about the same time.

Microsoft IME 2000 Japanese or later supports emoticon input as above by enabling the Microsoft IME Spoken Language / Emotion dictionary. In IME 2007, this support has been moved to the Emoticon dictionary. These dictionaries allow users to call emoticons by typing words that represent them.

The combination of Japanese and Western styles

Les forums d'anime de langue anglaise ont adopté ces émoticônes de style japonais qui pourraient être utilisées avec les caractères ASCII standard disponibles sur les claviers occidentaux. Pour cette raison, ils sont souvent appelés émoticônes de "style anime" en anglais. Ils ont depuis été utilisés dans des lieux plus courants, y compris les jeux en ligne, la messagerie instantanée et les forums de discussion non liés à l'anime. Émoticones tels que <( ^.^ )>, <(^_^<), <(o_o<), <( -'.'- )>, <('.'-^)ou (>';..;')>qui comprennent les parenthèses, la bouche ou le nez, et les bras ( en particulier ceux qui sont représentés par les signes d'inégalité ) sont aussi souvent appelés « Kirbys » en référence à leur ressemblance au personnage Kirby des jeux de Nintendo. Les parenthèses sont parfois supprimées lorsqu'elles sont utilisées dans le contexte de la langue anglaise, et le trait de soulignement de la bouche peut être étendu comme un intensificateur pour l'émoticône en question, par exemple ^_________^ pour très heureux. L'émoticône t(-_-t)utilise le style oriental, mais incorpore une représentation du «coup du majeur» occidental en utilisant un «t» comme bras, main et doigt. On pense que l'utilisation d'un clic latéral pour le nez comme dans (͡ ° ͜ʖ °) provient du babillard finlandais basé sur l'image Ylilauta, et s'appelle un "visage de Lenny". Une autre invention apparemment occidentale est l'utilisation d'émoticônes comme *,..,* ou `;..;´ pour indiquer les vampires ou autres bêtes mythiques avec des crocs.

L'exposition à des émoticônes ou kaomoji de style occidental et japonais via des blogs, des messages instantanés et des forums mettant en vedette un mélange de culture pop occidentale et japonaise a donné naissance à de nombreuses émoticônes au format d'affichage vertical. Les parenthèses sont souvent supprimées et ces émoticônes n'utilisent généralement que des caractères alphanumériques et les signes de ponctuation anglais les plus couramment utilisés. Émoticones tels que -O-, -3-, -w-, '_', ;_;, T_T, :>et .V. sont utilisés pour transmettre des émotions mixtes qui sont plus difficiles à transmettre avec des émoticônes traditionnelles. Les caractères sont parfois ajoutés aux émoticônes pour transmettre une anime ou la chute de la sueur manga-style, par exemple ^_^', !>_<!, <@>_____<@>;;, ;O;et*u*. Le signe égal peut également être utilisé pour les yeux fermés, anime prospectifs, par exemple =0=, =3=, =w=, =A=et =7=. Le uwuvisage (et ses variations UwUet OwO), est une émoticône d'origine japonaise qui dénote une expression mignonne ou une émotion ressentie par l'utilisateur.

In Brazil, sometimes combination characters (accents) are added to emoticons to represent eyebrows, such as ò_ó, ó_ò, õ_o, ù_u or o_Ô.

The 2channel style

Users of the Japanese discussion forum 2channel developed a wide variety of unique emoticons using characters from various scripts, such as Kannada, as in ಠ_ಠ (for a look of disapproval, disbelief or confusion). These were quickly picked up by 4chan and spread to other Western sites soon after. Some took on a life of their own and became characters in their own right, like Monā.

Korean style Kaomoji

In South Korea, emoticons use Korean Hangul letters and the Western style is rarely used. The structures of Korean and Japanese emoticons are somewhat similar, but there are some differences. The Korean style contains Korean jamo (letters) instead of other characters. There are countless emoticons that can be formed with such combinations of Korean jamo letters. Consonant jamos ㅅ, ㅁor ㅂas the mouth/nose component and ㅇ, ㅎor ㅍfor the eyes. For example: ㅇㅅㅇ, ㅇㅂㅇ, ㅇㅁㅇand -ㅅ-. Faces such as 'ㅅ', 'ㅅ', 'ㅂ'and 'ㅇ', using inverted commas 'and apostrophes'are also commonly used combinations. Vowel jamos such as ㅜ, ㅠ represent a crying face. Example: ㅜㅜ, ㅠㅠand 뉴뉴(same function as T in Western style). Sometimes ㅡ (not an em-tiger "-" but a vowel Jamo), a comma or an underscore is added, and can be mixed the two character sets together, such as ㅜ.ㅜ, ㅠ.ㅜ, ㅠ.ㅡ, ㅜ_ㅠ, ㅡ^ㅜand ㅜㅇㅡ. Also, semicolons and carets are commonly used in Korean emoticons; semicolons mean sweating (embarrassed). If used with ㅡ or -, they represent a bad feeling. Examples: -;/, --^, ㅡㅡ;;;, -_-;;and -_^. However, ^^, ^오^ means smile (almost all people use it regardless of gender or age). Others include: ~_~, --a, -6-, +0+.

The ideographic Chinese style

The character 囧 (U + 56E7), which means "shiny", can be combined with the Orz posture emoticon, such as 囧 rz. The character existed in the Oracle bone script, but its use as an emoticon was documented as early as 20 January 2005.

Other ideographic variants for 囧 include 崮 (king 囧), 莔 (queen 囧), 一 (囧 with hat), 囧 興 (tortoise), 卣 (Bomberman).

The character 槑 (U + 69D1), which sounds like the word for "plum" (梅 (U + FA44)), is used to represent the double of 呆 (dull), or another magnitude of dullness. In Chinese, normally solid characters (as opposed to the stylistic use of 槑) can be duplicated to express emphasis.

Kaomoji / Russian Smiley

On the Russian-speaking Internet, the parenthesis ) is used as a smiley face. Several parentheses )))) are used to express more happiness, amusement or laughter. It is usually placed at the end of a sentence. The colon sign is omitted because it is in a less familiar position on the keyboard layout ЙЦУКЕН .

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