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    • (:
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    • ":(" "turn that frown upside down" "):"
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    • <_< feels more judgy
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    • ( . )( . )
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    • >.> is like you are squinting and <.< just looks like you have Lara Croft’s old tits as your eyes
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    • :) is nice. I always read (: as sarcastic or psychotic.
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    • (_)(_)======D
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    • I'm gonna create art piece that purposely induces that uncomfortable feeling.
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    • Bilinguals how read both ways: ؟?
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    • When you’re about to cross the street like: <_< >_> :)
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    • ( | )
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    • I'm a fuckin weeb that reads manga so I read right to left too but the top one still bothers me. The smile doesn't though.
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    • I find okay but I also read manga so maybe that is why
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    • i actually kinda like (: better tbh
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    • Japanese niggas: Raughs
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    • For me it's the opposite. I can only read comics right to left
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    • But i speak Arabic and English, so why do i see <_< more pleasing than >_> .but i see >_< more pleasing than all of them. Sometimes please explain
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    • That explains why :) feels like it conveys happiness and (: feels like murderous intent
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    • not to be too weird but doesn’t almost everyone (except blind people) read visually? or is that just a western thing
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    • 1 like = 1 day of no masturbation. Please, I have a real issue
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    • ( . Y . )
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    • ( . ( . )
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    • Jokes on you I read a shit tone of manga so I’m used to reading both ways as well as vertically
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    • "Science side of tumblr"
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    • Why reading manga is weird sometimes with how it’s oriented right to left
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    • Some random asshat on tumblr: wow my English major has finally paid off
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    • So the Japs see the other way more pleasing
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    • You're implying that rather than look at the focal point of a piece of art, I, and my fellow westerners scan it from left to right like a copy machine
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    • Mfw living in Japan so both of these are weird and natural at the same time
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    • This is actually pretty interesting
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    • I use (: all the time because my old phone used to change :) to an emoji
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    • That was basic common sense
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    • I use (: on discord because it turns the damn :) into an emoji
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    • Hey anyone wanna here about this girl and my attempts to woo her?
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    • 3=c haha 🅱️enis
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    • You young people think there is an answer for everything. We all out here just bullshitting everyone. Nobody knows anything.
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    • What are you talking about? (: is wayy cuter than :)
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    • I thought it’s cause we rather stare >.> then be stared at <.<
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    • Would the Japanese use (: them backyards then since they read right to left?
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    • I do the smile or frown backwards on purpose, because I hate it when certain programs autocorrect to the smiling emoji, because when I do the smile the old fashioned way it’s on purpose, so doing it backwards prevents the autocorrecting to an emoji
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    • Everytime I see the word "yup" or "cute" I think they're adorable words. What does that mean, gods if I know.
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    • Lol what science side of tumblr?
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    • So people in the east think <_< is more pleasing than >_>?
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    • ScIeNcE SiDe Of TuMbLR
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    • > is greater than. < Is less than. It's simple
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    • Pretty fucking obvious if you think about it for two seconds
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    • The person above me is gay
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    • (: feels threatening
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    • Why does everyone hate on tumblr posts
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    • But I always do you (: this way
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    • Who has that post explaining the order in which a shit ton of adjectives must be in before they hit the subject they're describing?
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    • Does nobody see the watermark?
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    • It’s also sort of like PAC-MAN eyes; if a character is known for the open side of the eyes to face left, it’s weird to see it face right
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    • How the fuck is that science
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    • ((( )))
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    • (>-_-)> *this post* <(-_-<)
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    • But I like (:
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    • Seems obvious
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    • I use (: a lot more than :) though
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    • Good example for cognitive dissonance
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    • Is that why rotating > is better than rotating <
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    • :():
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    • It doesnt take a Tumblr "scientist" to figure that out
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    • :D or D: are both fine
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    • Why is carbon monoxide poisonous to health if carbon dioxide just slightly dangerous with one oxygen difference being one oxygen, if we’re made of carbon and need oxygen to live?
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    • In fact it seems to make the MOST sense with emoticons. A Face: eyes on top, mouth on bottom. Text: read left to right. And emoticon made correctly is looked at top to bottom (as the face it is) and left to right (as the text it is) all at once and I find it genius for some reason
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    • Because "greater than" is better than "less than"
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    • Those damn westerners
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    • What kind of fucking troglodyte says up to down, it's top to bottom
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    • Um lol... > Is geater than... And < is less than. There was an obvious pun that went unused
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    • I have picked up a habit of doing (: because of discord
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    • I was able to explain it within a couple seconds of thought before reading the answer. Really isn't all that mind-blowing...
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    • I see >_> as pointy eyes and <_< as open eyes like a drawn light emitting from a flash light
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    • Lol I just think it’s weird because the eyes are supposed to come first.
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    • <_< (:
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    • I think it’s cause the gap is not equal between the eye and mouth
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    • Nebranska
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    • It's because most of our languages (English, Spanish, French, German, Russian, etc) read from left to right. That's why we like left to right. Arabic and Hebrew read right to left. Some others read up to down.
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    • <_< (: C:
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    • i always liked (:
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    • That's actually something used in film too. An example of this is in LOTR where most of the time the characters are traveling to the right of the screen.
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    • •___•
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    • I feel like most of the questions people ask like this one are just common sense...
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