The Giant Site Clean-up/Re-Organization is Complete! What’s Next for JapaneseEmoticons.me?
Over the last several weeks I’ve been doing a massive clean-up and re-organization of the site. What I did was take each category and break it up into smaller sections of similar emoticons. I did this for several reasons:
Oy! Fantastic job with the page! I use it so often you really made me feel bad for not supporting it monetarily… On the other hand this merchanides idea sound awesome, I don’t see why not get into manufacturing kaomoji-story printed stuff. They’re bigger in Japan obviously, and there’s a reason for that… Buying these things overseas and shipping just doesn’t add up, not to mention there are shortages…
Thanks for the comment, I’m glad you like the site. Don’t feel bad for not being able to support us monetarily. If you want to help share this site on your social media sites or post links to it on your blog or any websites you have. That’s also a huge help.
When will you add the 200+ suggested emoticons?
I love your site and i would love to support by donation but i have so much bills and payments in my life its hard to give you some monies v.v but i really want to one day, ive been trying too ;-;
The best way for you to support the site is to share a link to it where ever you can on your social media pages or own site.
Also if you use an ad blocker disabling it for this site helps a lot too. ( ◞･౪･)
Great, happy to hear that, btw you should expand the animal universe, check out this website http://slangit.com/emoticons/animals to find your ideas XD
Also you should make a specific tool which flips the kaomoji the other way around so like this ƨiʜɈ
Thanks for the link. Most of those animal kaomojis are already on the site but there’s a couple that aren’t so I’ll get them added when I get a chance. I have no idea how to do that flipping thing but I’ll look into it.
Also you should create a kaomoji flipper which flips the kaomoji like ƨiʜɈ
What platform do you operate on – Mac, Windows… ?
I’m using a Mac.
Nona Adamson says
I like how there’s an entire section for table-flipping. When I scrolled through the section, it gave me a new appreciation for Japanese emoticons.