Like all good fads, though, old-school Japanese ' kaomoji ' - created by using existing punctuation and extra-textual characters - are coming back into fashion. It turns out that your iPhone actually comes with a kaomoji starter kit of more than emoticons. Those nice people over at Mashable have even made a how-to video in case that wasn't clear:. More : Here's how to make it even harder for governments to hack your mobile phone. More : Skier Nicolas Vuignier swings iPhone around his head, creates absolutely breathtaking video.
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These cat emoticons look like they belong in an anime. Can you see it? It adds so much character that these cats are truly memorable. These eyes also add some humour. These are some standard cat kaomojis without anything too fancy added on. It is good to know how to make a simply cat so that you can practice making them for yourself.
List of emoticons
In short, they're emoticons. These pictographs enable people to convey their mood online, whether that's via chat, email, or in a forum. And now, those face pictographs have apparently evolved. The new evolved versions can be seen below.
A Japanese ogre. A Japanese goblin. See no evil, Hear no evil, Speak no evil.