Writing with a 〆
Another common character for a hand holding a writing implement is 〆. These dongers all use it. These dongers look a little classier simply because the writing tool looks elegantly long and thin. It is also angled nicely. I also love to do writing with long, elegant stationary tools.
|＿〆((=´ｴ `= ) )||…_〆(ﾟ▽ﾟ*)||…_〆(・∀・＠)|
|＿〆(´∀｀●)||＿〆(=´ｴ ｀= )||_〆(-c_,-。)|
Writing with a ￠
These dongers all use a ￠ character for a hand holding a writing implement. I’m not sure who writes at a 90 degree angle, but these emoticons seem to be making it work! Depending on the expression of the emoticon, the tone of the writing they are doing can be identified. I mean, a sad donger is probably writing a sad letter. A “meh” donger is probably just doodling away.