Correct use of emoticons

@allknowing (72752)
India
August 7, 2015 7:58pm CST
myLot wants us to express ourselves and when words fail emoticons come to our rescue. I try to use them correctly but I have always wondered what this is for? Have you used it and when? A is on the way.
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@PhredWreck (6051)
8 Aug 15
It represents being stealthy
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• Philippines
8 Aug 15
because a ninja is a stealthy warrior?
@topffer (36613)
• Singapore, Singapore
8 Aug 15
@topffer (36613)
• Singapore, Singapore
8 Aug 15
I have not studied at an Emoticon school, so my response is not academic. I use it here for "hidden", to show that I read a comment or a response, and in Skype the same way I would use here (it does not exist in Skype).
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• Melbourne, Australia
8 Aug 15
Can't say I use emoticons but they certainly do look great and a good way of expressing yourself rather than words.
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@much2say (40881)
• United States
9 Aug 15
Ninja You wear black clothing and sneak around in the darkness. You may be hiding - you may be in the shadows - you may be holding secrets. I shouldn't tell you anymore
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@ARIES1973 (9539)
• Legaspi, Philippines
8 Aug 15
I haven't use that one but yeah I agree with Lamb. If you are doing some stealthy activities.
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@mythociate (15963)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
8 Aug 15
There was a popular commercial (for a special water-softening liquid) billyingram.blogspot.com/2013/06/the-ancient-chinese-secret-commercial.html that made the phrase "Ancient Chinese Secret, huh?" popular. I think of the ninja-emoticon as 'putting that sort of tone on the words' (like as if I'm telling you some not-commonly-known, interesting fact.)