smileys are the simple way to capture everyday emotions into a small combination of computer characters. adding too much to a smiley defeats the simple emotions that the smiley is meant to capture. smileys are usually used to lighten a conversation, or in other cases, show saddness or sympathy. some types of smileys show other expressions other than the simple smile, or frown. most smileys have interchangable features, ie; eyes and mouths, yet still display the same emotion. added mouths to any smiley enforces the smiley and implies a greater emotion than the plain smiley. more complex smileys are sometimes not considered smileys and rather called 'emotes'
von Lisa127 15. Oktober 2007
n. A thick metal chain with TWO padlocks on it, which, when rendered upon someone's skull, leaves the impression of a smiley face. Popular term used among street urchins and homeless thug gutter punks.
"Gimme my ten sack, bitch, or I'll crush your skull with my smiley.
von suedeboi 2. Juni 2005