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Most Annoying Emoticons and Expressions in Chinese Online Communication

Written by Oiwan Lam On 21 January 2014 @ 8:45 am | No Comments

In China, Chinese, East Asia, English, Humor, Language, Quick Reads

An online survey has revealed a list of the most objectionable expressions and emoticons in online communication of 2013. More from Nanfang insider [1].

The four most annoying emoticons: smily face, nose-picking, feces, and lecherous face. Screen capture image from Nanfang. [1]

The four most annoying emoticons: smily face, nose-picking, feces, and lecherous face. Screen capture image from Nanfang.


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[1] Nanfang insider: http://www.thenanfang.com/blog/the-worst-expressions-and-emoticons-in-online-communications/

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