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Lenny Face Emoticon Unicode symbols is generated. The face of the Japanese word "desu" similar to spam the forums and image boards are used. On 4chan, which is "Le Lenny Face" or come to "Le Face Face."

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Japanese style Lenny Face

Users from Japan popularized a style of emoticons (顔文字, kaomoji) that can be understood without tilting one's head to the left. This style arose on ASCII NET of Japan in 1986. Similar looking emoticons were used by Byte Information Exchange (BIX) around the same time.[20] These emoticons are usually found in a format similar to (*_*). The asterisks indicate the eyes; the central character, commonly an underscore, the mouth; and the parentheses, the outline of the face. Different emotions such as (")(-_-)("), are expressed by changing the character representing the eyes: for example, "T" can be used to express crying or sadness (T_T). T_T may also be used to mean 'unimpressed'. The emphasis on the eyes is reflected in the common usage of emoticons that use only the eyes, e.g. ^^. Looks of stress are represented by the likes of (x_x) while (-_-;) is a generic emoticon for nervousness, the semicolon representing sweat that symbolizes anxiety. Repeating the /// mark can indicate embarrassment by symbolizing blushing.[21] Characters like hyphens or periods can replace the underscore; the period is often used for a smaller, "cuter" mouth or to represent a nose, e.g. (^.^). Alternatively, the mouth/nose can be left out entirely, e.g. (^^). Parentheses also can often be replaced with braces, e.g. {^_^}. Many times, the parentheses are left out completely, e.g. ^^, >.< , o_O, O.O, e_e and/or e.e. A quotation mark ", apostrophe ', or semicolon ; can be added to the emoticon to imply apprehension or embarrassment, in the same way that a sweat drop is used in popular and common Asian animation. Microsoft IME 2000 (Japanese) or later supports the use of both forms of emoticons by enabling Microsoft IME Spoken Language/Emotion Dictionary. In IME 2007, it was moved to Emoticons dictionary. Further variations of emoticons may be produced by using combining characters, e.g. ٩(͡๏̯͡๏)۶ and ᶘᵒᴥᵒᶅ. These emoticons can be used also with [ ] instead of ( ), or without the parentheses at all in some of the cases. There is also the \(0O0)\, indicating a hooligan or crazed behaviour, and the (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧.

How many combinations are possible?

Currently, it's possible to make a large number of (enable Javascript for a more accurate result) different smileys.

Western use of Japanese style

English-language anime forums adopted those emoticons that could be used with the standard ASCII characters available on western keyboards. Because of this, they are often called "anime style" emoticons in the English-speaking Internet. They have since seen use in more mainstream venues, including online gaming, instant-messaging, and other non-anime related forums. Emoticons such as <( ^.^ )>, <(^_^<), <(o_o<), <( -'.'- )>, <('.'-^) or (>';..;')> which include the parentheses, mouth or nose, and arms (especially those represented by the inequality signs < or >) also are often referred to as "Kirbys" in reference to their likeness to Nintendo's video game character, Kirby. The parentheses are sometimes dropped when used in the English language context, and the underscore of the mouth may be extended as an intensifier, (e.g. ^_________^ for very happy) for the emoticon in question. This emoticon t(-_-t) uses the eastern style, but incorporates a depiction of the western "middle-finger flick-off" (commonly known as 'the bird')" using a "t" as the arm, hand, and finger. Also, one of the newer ones, *,..,*, or `;..;´ as such for a "vampire" or other mythical beasts with fangs.

Mixture of Western and Japanese style

Exposure to both Western and Japanese style emoticons or kaomoji through blogs, instant messaging, and forums featuring a blend of Western and Japanese pop culture, has given rise to emoticons that have an upright viewing format. The parentheses are similarly dropped in the English language context and the emoticons only use alphanumeric characters and the most commonly used English punctuation marks. Emoticons such as -O-, -3-, -w-, '_', ;_;, T_T, :>, and .V. are used to convey mixed emotions that are more difficult to convey with traditional emoticons. Characters are sometimes added to emoticons to convey an anime or manga-styled sweat drop, for example: ^_^' or !>______<@>;;, ;O; and *u*. The equal sign can also be used for closed, anime looking eyes, for example: =0=, =3=, =w=, =A= and =7=. There are also more faces along those lines like >o<; using the ; as a sweat mark, and the o as a mouth, and the inequality signs as the eyes, it shows stress, or slight confusion. The number of emoticons that can be made is very large, and can express many shades of meaning. In Brazil, sometimes combining character (accent) are added to emoticons to represent eyebrows, like: ò_ó, ó_ò, õ_o, ù_u or o_Ô. They can also replace (or add) = or : with > , for example >D, >=D, >P, >:P, >3 or >:3.

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Angry Lenny

Angry ˈaŋɡri/ adjective feeling or showing strong annoyance, displeasure, or hostility; full of anger. "why are you angry with me?" synonyms: irate, annoyed, cross, vexed, irritated, exasperated, indignant, aggrieved, irked, piqued, displeased, provoked, galled, resentful; More (of the sea or sky) stormy, turbulent, or threatening. "the wild, angry sea" (of a wound or sore) red and inflamed. "the bruise below his eye looked angry and sore" synonyms: inflamed, red, swollen, sore, painful "he had an angry spot on the side of his nose"

Attack Lenny Face

Attack əˈtak/Submit verb 1. take aggressive military action against (a place or enemy forces) with weapons or armed force. "in February the Germans attacked Verdun" synonyms: begin an assault, charge, pounce, strike, begin hostilities, ambush; More 2. criticize or oppose fiercely and publicly. "he attacked the government's defence policy" synonyms: criticize, censure, condemn, castigate, chastise, lambaste, pillory, savage, find fault with, fulminate against, abuse; More noun 1. an aggressive and violent act against a person or place. "he was killed in an attack on a checkpoint" synonyms: assault, onslaught, offensive, strike, blitz, raid, sortie, sally, storming, charge, rush, drive, push, thrust, invasion, incursion, inroad; More 2. an instance of fierce public criticism or opposition. "he launched a stinging attack on the Prime Minister" synonyms: criticism, censure, rebuke, admonition, admonishment, reprimand, reproval; More

Blush Lenny Face

Blush blʌʃ/Submit verb 1. show shyness, embarrassment, or shame by becoming red in the face. "she blushed at the unexpected compliment" synonyms: redden, turn/go pink, turn/go red, turn/go crimson, turn/go scarlet, flush, colour, crimson, tint, burn up; More 2. literary be or become pink or pale red. "the trees are loaded with blushing blossoms" noun 1. a reddening of the face as a sign of shyness, embarrassment, or shame. "he had brought a faint blush to her cheeks" synonyms: flush, reddening, high colour, colour, rosiness, pinkness, ruddiness, bloom "a deep blush spread from her head to her neck" 2. a pink or pale red tinge. "the roses were white with a lovely pink blush"

Creepy Lenny Face

Creepy ˈkriːpi/Submit adjectiveinformal causing an unpleasant feeling of fear or unease. "the creepy feelings one often gets in a strange house" synonyms: frightening, scaring, terrifying, hair-raising, spine-chilling, blood-curdling, chilling, petrifying, alarming, shocking, harrowing, horrifying, horrific, horrible, awful, nightmarish, macabre, ghostly;

Crying Lenny Face

Crying ˈkrʌɪɪŋ/Submit adjective very great. "it would be a crying shame to let some other woman have it"

Cute Lenny Face

Cute kjuːt/Submit adjective 1. attractive in a pretty or endearing way. "she had a cute little nose" synonyms: endearing, adorable, lovable, sweet, lovely, appealing, engaging, delightful, dear, darling, winning, winsome, charming, enchanting; More 2. NORTH AMERICANinformal clever or cunning, especially in a self-seeking or superficial way. "she had a real cute idea"

Disapproval Lenny Face

Disapproval dɪsəˈpruːvl/Submit noun possession or expression of an unfavourable opinion. "Jill replied with a hint of disapproval in her voice" synonyms: disapprobation, dislike; dissatisfaction, disfavour, displeasure, distaste, odium, objection, demurral, exception; dissent, disagreement; criticism, censure, condemnation, denunciation, opprobrium; blame, reproach, rebuke, reproof, remonstration; disparagement, deprecation; informalthe thumbs down; rareanimadversion "they expressed their strong disapproval of the law"

Dongers Lenny Face

Donger ˈdɒŋə/ nounAUSTRALIAN/NZvulgar slang plural noun: dongers a man's penis.

Glasses Lenny Face

Glasses ˈɡlɑːsɪz/ noun a pair of lenses set in a frame resting on the nose and ears, used to correct or assist defective eyesight. synonyms: spectacles; More a pair of binoculars.

Gun Lenny Face

Gun ɡʌn/ noun 1. a weapon incorporating a metal tube from which bullets, shells, or other missiles are propelled by explosive force, typically making a characteristic loud, sharp noise. synonyms: firearm, weapon; More 2. informal muscular arms; well-developed biceps muscles. "it's encouraging to note that Schwarzenegger wasn't born with massive guns" verb 1. shoot someone with a gun. "they were gunned down by masked snipers" synonyms: shoot, shoot down, mow down, hit, wound, injure, cut down, bring down; More 2. informal cause (an engine) to race. "as Neil gunned the engine the boat jumped forward"

Happy Lenny Face

Happy ˈhapi/Submit adjective 1. feeling or showing pleasure or contentment. "Melissa came in looking happy and excited" synonyms: contented, content, cheerful, cheery, merry, joyful, jovial, jolly, joking, jocular, gleeful, carefree, untroubled, delighted, smiling, beaming, grinning, glowing, satisfied, gratified, buoyant, radiant, sunny, blithe, joyous, beatific, blessed; More 2. fortunate and convenient. "he had the happy knack of making people like him" synonyms: fortunate, lucky, favourable, advantageous, opportune, timely, well-timed, convenient, propitious, felicitous, auspicious, beneficial, helpful; More

Hide or Wall Lenny Face

Hide1 hʌɪd/Submit verb 1. put or keep out of sight. "he hid the money in the house" synonyms: conceal, secrete, put in a hiding place, put out of sight, camouflage; More nounBRITISH 1. a camouflaged shelter used to observe wildlife at close quarters.

Kiss Lenny Face

Kiss kɪs/Submit verb 1. touch or caress with the lips as a sign of love, sexual desire, or greeting. "he kissed her on the lips" synonyms: plant a kiss on, brush one's lips against, blow a kiss to, air-kiss; More noun 1. a touch or caress with the lips. "a quick kiss on the cheek" synonyms: air kiss; More 2. BILLIARDSSNOOKER a slight touch of a ball against another ball.

Magic Lenny Face

Magic ˈmadʒɪk/Submit noun 1. the power of apparently influencing events by using mysterious or supernatural forces. "suddenly, as if by magic, the doors start to open" synonyms: sorcery, witchcraft, wizardry, necromancy, enchantment, spellworking, incantation, the supernatural, occultism, the occult, black magic, the black arts, devilry, divination, malediction, voodoo, hoodoo, sympathetic magic, white magic, witching, witchery; More adjective 1. having or apparently having supernatural powers. "a magic wand" synonyms: supernatural, enchanted, occult, Druidical; More 2. BRITISHinformal wonderful; exciting. "it was a great time, magic" synonyms: fascinating, captivating, charming, glamorous, magical, enchanting, entrancing, spellbinding, magnetic, irresistible, hypnotic "a magic place"

Middle Finger Lenny Face

Middle finger noun noun: middle finger; plural noun: middle fingers the finger next to the forefinger. "he clicked his thumb and middle finger"

Mustache Lenny Face

Moustache məˈstɑːʃ/Submit noun noun: mustache a strip of hair left to grow above the upper lip. synonyms: informaltash; More a long moustache. "a clergyman with long grey moustaches" a growth similar to a moustache, or a marking that resembles one, round the mouth of some animals.

Neutral Lenny Face

Neutral ˈnjuːtr(ə)l/Submit adjective 1. not supporting or helping either side in a conflict, disagreement, etc.; impartial. "neutral and non-aligned European nations" synonyms: impartial, unbiased, unprejudiced, objective, without favouritism, open-minded, non-partisan, non-discriminatory, disinterested, even-handed, equitable, fair, fair-minded, dispassionate, detached, impersonal, unemotional, clinical, indifferent, removed; More 2. having no strongly marked or positive characteristics or features. "her tone was neutral, devoid of sentiment" synonyms: inoffensive, bland, unobjectionable, unexceptionable, anodyne, unremarkable, ordinary, commonplace, run-of-the-mill, everyday; More noun 1. an impartial or unbiased state or person. "Sweden and its fellow neutrals" 2. pale grey, cream, or beige. "classic shades of navy, white, and neutral"

Running Lenny Face

Running ˈrʌnɪŋ/Submit noun 1. the action or movement of a runner. "his running tore United to shreds" 2. the action of managing or operating something. "the day-to-day running of the office" synonyms: administration, management, managing, organization, coordination, orchestration, handling, direction, conduct, overseeing, controlling, control, regulation, supervision, charge More adjective 1. denoting something that runs, in particular: 2. done while running. "a running jump"

Sad Lenny Face

Sad sad/Submit adjective 1. feeling or showing sorrow; unhappy. "I was sad and subdued" synonyms: unhappy, sorrowful, dejected, regretful, depressed, downcast, miserable, downhearted, down, despondent, despairing, disconsolate, out of sorts, desolate, bowed down, wretched, glum, gloomy, doleful, dismal, blue, melancholy, melancholic, low-spirited, mournful, woeful, woebegone, forlorn, crestfallen, broken-hearted, heartbroken, inconsolable, grief-stricken; More 2. informal pathetically inadequate or unfashionable. "the show is tongue-in-cheek—anyone who takes it seriously is a bit sad"

Shrug Lenny Face

Shrug ʃrʌɡ/ verb 1. raise (one's shoulders) slightly and momentarily to express doubt, ignorance, or indifference. "Jimmy looked enquiringly at Pete, who shrugged his shoulders" noun 1. an act or instance of shrugging one's shoulders. "she lifted her shoulders in a dismissive shrug" 2. a woman's close-fitting cardigan or jacket, cut short at the front and back so that only the arms and shoulders are covered.

Table Flip Lenny Face

Table ˈteɪb(ə)l/Submit noun 1. a piece of furniture with a flat top and one or more legs, providing a level surface for eating, writing, or working at. "she put the plate on the table" synonyms: bench, board, work surface, worktop, counter, desk, bar, buffet, stand, workbench, worktable, top, horizontal surface, surface "she put the plates on the table" 2. a set of facts or figures systematically displayed, especially in columns. "the population has grown, as shown in table 1" synonyms: list, chart, diagram, figure, graph, plan; More verb 1. BRITISH present formally for discussion or consideration at a meeting. "more than 200 amendments to the bill have already been tabled" synonyms: submit, put forward, bring forward, propose, suggest, move, enter, lodge, file, introduce, air, moot, lay "an opposition MP had tabled a question in parliament" 2. US postpone consideration of. "I'd like the issue to be tabled for the next few months"

Wink Lenny Face

Wink wɪŋk/Submit verb 1. close and open one eye quickly, typically to indicate that something is a joke or a secret or as a signal of affection or greeting. "he winked at Nicole as he passed" synonyms: blink, flutter, bat; More 2. (of a bright object or a light) shine or flash intermittently. "the diamond on her finger winked in the moonlight" synonyms: sparkle, twinkle, flash, flicker, glitter, gleam, shimmer, shine; More noun 1. an act of winking. "Barney gave him a knowing wink"