||classic smile with nose
||happy crying (generally associated with mockery)
||classic sad with nose
||classic smile without nose
||laughter (originally 'Big smile', often used as that as well)
||classic sad without nose
||smiley with glasses without nose (or 'Big eyes' smile)
||'smiley-face' eyes without nose
||Batman / smiley with glasses
||A lion, or an evil smile
||winking and smiling at same time
||winking smile with nose
||winking with open mouth
||winking smile without nose
||one eyebrow raised
||tongue sticking out (silly, or feeling lousy)
||I'm an angel
||My lips are sealed, or "mum."
||Fangs sticking out.
||Angry, bummed out
||XD or xD
||Flirting, bubbly; happy; laughing hysterically
||Beard with buck teeth and nose:
||bandaid; offering help or support
|O.O or o.o
||O.o or o.O
||Shocked and sceptical
||Sad, shy. Also used to show depression. A semi-colon may be added ._.; to increase the portrayal of depression.
||A heart, or 'I love you', or a hug (arms and encircling hands). Also a bouquet of flowers.
||Not happy or sad.
||Big, potentially goofy smile.
||'Grillz' or money mouth. (Being greedy for money)
||Used to show happiness. 3 shows pouting of the lips in an amused way. (Alternative - :3)
||wearing a (tin-foil) hat
||Ichthys (Christian symbol), Fish
||>_< or ><
||dunce with hat and curly hair
||<_< or >_>
||Sneer to left or Sneer to right; has also been used in succession to demonstrate nervous back and forth glances
||A bored face
||Interested, the equivalent of raising an eyebrow
||The showing of annoyance. Usually used in reply to a stupid question.
||Known as the "anime sweatdrop." It is used when asked a stupid question, similar to (-.-).
||Used to show great anger, similar to an evil glare.
||This smiley can be seen as a joke. It has no real meaning.
||"Anime Anger-Twitch." Derived from anime cartoons where the temple swells when angered. Used to show anger and aggravation.
||Used to show disbelief. A glare with one eye closed and another open.
||Derived from the classic happy smile. Instead of a parenthesis, a bracket is used, and the dash is dropped. Used to show happiness.
||Derived from the classic sad smile. Parenthesis is replaced by a bracket, and dash is dropped. Used to show sadness. Sometimes seen as =[.
||Derived from the classic wink smile. Parenthesis is replaced by a bracket, and the dash is dropped. Used to symbolize a wink. Sometimes seen as =[.
||Derived from the classic cry smile. Used to show tears and sadness. Sometimes seen as ='[.
||Sad frown, or used to show depression, (could also mean 'not entirely satisfied with...') sometimes seen as =\, =/, 8\, 8/, or :/.
||Shows great depression, sometimes seen as ='\, ='/, or :'/.
||Used to show a broad smile while winking.
||"Shiny." Symbolizes gawking, or a blank stare.
||"Dribble." Guy dribbling. Might represent astonishment.
||Big grin with tightly closed eyes (almost crying from laughter)
|=^..^= or ?:3