Smiley Cyrus
Smiley Cyrus
Smiley Cyrus.

Funny Fred Willard as a Smiley Face Emoticon

Fred Willard as a Smiley Face Emoticon

Funny Jack Ma as a Smiley Face Emoticon

Jack Ma as a Smiley Face Emoticon

Funny Michelle Obama as a Smiley Face Emoticon

Michelle Obama as a Smiley Face Emoticon

Funny Seal as a Smiley Face Emoticon

Seal as a Smiley Face Emoticon
Come back and score this one after you have seen all the blurry ones, thanks.
Member reactions:
Really good. I am not familiar with the guy but the chopping is excellent.

Funny Kathie Lee and Hoda as Smiley Face Emoticons

Kathie Lee and Hoda as Smiley Face Emoticons

Funny Steve Jones as a Smiley Face Emoticon

Steve Jones as a Smiley Face Emoticon

Funny Gary Oldmam as a Smiley Face Emoticon

Gary Oldmam as a Smiley Face Emoticon

Funny Michelle Obama and Oprah as Smiley Face Emoticons

Michelle Obama and Oprah as Smiley Face Emoticons
Member reactions:
Big mouths in women are a distruction weapon.

Funny Will Ferrell as a Smiley Face Emoticon

Will Ferrell as a Smiley Face Emoticon

Funny Celebrity Smileys

Celebrity Smileys
A colon followed by a hyphen and a parenthesis - a horizontal smiley face turned 30 today. Thirty years ago professor Scott E. Fahlman from Carnegie Mellon University was the first person to use the three keystrokes - colon, hyphen and parenthesis - to form a text version of a smile in a computer message. Make smileys from faces of celebrities, politicians, or any famous characters (from paintings, etc) by tilting their heads horizontally and making them smile similar to how it's done in this image. It's up to you whether you want to keep a nose on your victim's faces, or whether you wish to make any variation of smileys - e.g. winking smileys, :-|, :-/, etc. Play with celebrity faces to make the smiley you want, just remember that they have to be horizontally tilted as it is done in this entry.

Funny Celebrity Smileys

Celebrity Smileys
A colon followed by a hyphen and a parenthesis - a horizontal smiley face turned 25 on Wednesday. Twenty five years ago professor Scott E. Fahlman from Carnegie Mellon University was the first person to use the three keystrokes - colon, hyphen and parenthesis - to form a text version of a smile in a computer message. To celebrate this anniversary, Fahlman and his colleagues, together with Yahoo Inc. have established The Smiley Award for student competitions in person-to person communications. Let's have our own celebration of digital smiley birthday at Freaking News. Make smileys from the faces of celebrities, politicians, or any famous characters (from paintings, etc) by tilting their heads horizontally and making them smile similar to how it's done in this image. It's up to you whether you want to keep a nose on your victim's faces, or whether you wish to make any variation of smileys - e.g. winking smileys, :-|, :-/, etc. Play with celebrity faces to make the smiley you want, just remember that they have to be horizontally tilted as it is done in this entry.

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