Smilies

Explanation

'Smilies' are small graphical images that can be used to convey an emotion or feeling. If you have used email or internet chat, you are likely familiar with the smilie concept. Certain standard strings are automatically converted into smilies. Try twisting your head on one side if you do not 'get' smilies; using a bit of imagination should reveal a face of some description.

If you want to disable smilies in a post that you make, you can select the 'Disable Smilies' option when posting. This is particularly useful if you are posting program code and you do not want ;) converted to a smilie face!

Smilie List

What to Type
Resulting Graphic
Meaning
  • Generic Smilies
  • :D
    Big Grin
    Big Grin
  • :(
    Frown
    Frown
  • :mad:
    Mad
    Mad
  • :p
    Stick Out Tongue
    Stick Out Tongue
  • :o
    Embarrassment
    Embarrassment
  • :confused:
    Confused
    Confused
  • ;)
    Wink
    Wink
  • :)
    Smile
    Smile
  • :rolleyes:
    Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
    Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
  • :cool:
    Cool
    Cool
  • :drool:
    drool
    drool
  • :eek:
    EEK!
    EEK!
  • :rulez:
    rulez
    rulez
  • :spam:
    spam
    spam
  • :iwant:
    iwant
    iwant
  • :agree:
    agree
    agree
  • :2cents:
    twocents
    twocents
  • :mraz:
    mrazicon
    mrazicon
  • :shaka:
    shaka
    shaka
  • :deadhorse:
    deadhorse
    deadhorse
  • :troll:
    troll
    troll
  • :pics:
    pics
    pics
  • :smileybounce:
    smiley bounce
    smiley bounce
  • :love:
    love
    love
  • :old:
    old
    old
  • :music:
    music
    music
  • :wtf:
    wtf
    wtf
  • :rofl:
    rofl
    rofl
  • :rotfl:
    rotfl
    rotfl
  • :uhoh:
    uhoh
    uhoh
  • :wallbash:
    wallbash
    wallbash
  • :rock:
    rock
    rock
  • :anyone:
    anyone
    anyone
  • :nana:
    nana
    nana
  • :stop:
    stop
    stop
  • :bowdown:
    bowdown
    bowdown
  • :biglaugh:
    biglaugh
    biglaugh
  • :cheers:
    cheers
    cheers
  • :worship:
    worship
    worship
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