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What do smileys actually mean? Since people do not have an official dictionary on smileys - unlike dictionaries for words such as the Oxford dictionary or the Van Dale dictionary - they rely on their gut feeling or made-up conventions if they decide to use :) instead of :(. It is also reasonable to think that users learn from each other: if one uses :), it is likely that a person who first encounters that smiley will use it in future conversations as well. Also, smileys tend to be loyally used:doi:10.5281/zenodo.4469730 fatcat:xkst6gwidjhlxazku3t3tvflgy