The MSN emoticons strikes back

I must admit, there are times when the MSN emoticons serve a purpose.


It’s quite heartwarming to experience exchanges like this, especially when it’s impromptu and it’s my first time searching for the right emoticons.sideways-smiley

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15 thoughts on “The MSN emoticons strikes back”

  1. HB,
    There many things that stress a person out. Living on your own, job, social life, future.
    Finding happiness is one thing people unable to really know what is true happiness. Most is money and care only money.

  2. A picture says a thousand words… I use emoticons too like that…but on skype. Not on MSN anymore since my hotmail address got hacked and I couldn’t access after that. Who would do such a thing to a poor, helpless old man hor?

  3. chriso: Yeah, a bit of the sappy side of me. Aries. Hopeless romantics. :S
    vel: I am heterosexual. πŸ™‚
    Vickie: I can’t say I hate money. It pays the rent. πŸ™‚
    Myhorng: Yup, some emoticons are really great. πŸ™‚
    suituapui: Your MSN got hacked? Oh well, you can always register a new account. πŸ™‚
    WEEN: I was a suicide bomber. I went as Osama bin Laden under US custody. Granted, the dude won’t blow himself up but gets his minions to do it for him, but still. πŸ˜‰
    Robb: Carol is the best. πŸ˜‰

  4. I completely agree with the above comment, the internet is with a doubt growing into the most important medium of communication across the globe and its due to sites like this that ideas are spreading so quickly. My best regards, Vivien.


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