These emojis use that cute wavy w character (ω) to make the mouth look happy.
When something good has happened, raise your thumbs! Use b, d, 🖒 or 👍 for thumbs!
These Japanese emoticons simply use the English letter v for a mouth, which can either be upper or lower case.
“Yatta” means yay or hurrah in Japanese.
These emojis are Cheerful Japanese Emoticons.
Is your heart beating full of joy and excitement? Are you throwing your hands in the air? Then these lively emoticons are for you!
These emojis have triangles for mouths.
The mouths of these emojis use the inverted A character (∀).
These kaomojis are all rubbing the tears out of their sad little eyes.