Are emojis cringe? Anonymous 128804
How about text emoticons?
Many people abuse the hell out of emojis. Text emoticons are more acceptable but they should be used only in moderation.
I think Japanese kaomojis are acceptable
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A woman I work with uses complex and simple kaomoji on our company bbs/mailing system and I kind of respect her for just letting her weeb out. No one has ever said anything about it afaik.
I think they're cringe because they're often used to soften what you're saying, you can be really rude or mean and the emojis are supposed to make it less serious. It's just even more insulting in my opinion. When you actually mean to say something nice or joking it's ok to use :D or the like but anything else just makes me lose all respect for a person. Kaomojis are cute though (but I'd never use them either in a serious context)
Emoticons are ok if used sparingly but any with more than 2 characters are cringe. Hate emojis as they’re not needed half the time. The crying laughter one especially irritates me. Kaomojis are fine because it’s more of an art form and rarely gets overused.
i think they are quite childish, i used them a lot when i was teen but now mostly only xD when something is really funny
Emojis are based. Words are cringe.
both based, literally who cares>>133420
both are based though
funny, it used by smart people, looking good
gringe, suggest that author is edgy teen, looking like shit
Not based, just chad>>133527
my moid uses this and it’s kyoot
:3 is the best of them all!! so cute
Always preferred :з
I always liked :y - like you are saying something with a smirk, but it is not very popular and I don’t use it much, because I think people wouldn’t get the tone, which is not mocking, but more like mischievous
Not a smug smile, but something like “heh”
people who are uptight about emojis and emoticons are some of the most obnoxious people
>>133575>t. only uses cringe emojis