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Girls who write: -_-, :3, >.>, xD, =3 and watch anime are ugly? watch

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    I know a few girls into anime etc who use :3, >.>, and =3 but the other two seem to be used by a variety of people. The xD one probably came from anime but in normal use tends to be 'one above' the normal excited face, so it goes:
    -> -> xD

    -_- is one I've hardly ever seen from them though and more from other people. It's just like a straight annoyed face?
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    Yes, I watch anime.

    Yes, I use those emoticons when talking to people who also use them. When I'm talking to most people, however, I restrict the emoticons to the more typical smiley/winky faces.

    No, I am not ugly.
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    It's also annoying when they start rewording "you" to "yhoo" and "love" to "luff" and other crazy ****, instead of calling their friend by their name they'd say something like "haiii Katy-kun !! :3 ^_^ o_O o.o"
 
 
 
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