The "o( _ _ )o" emote or "Deep Bowing" emote is a Japanese emoticon used to express deep respect, apology, or gratitude. The "o" represents the head, and the underscores represent the arms and torso in a bowing position. It is commonly used in online communication and can be translated as "I'm sorry," "Thank you," or "Please forgive me."
- Surprise & Shock:
"Oh my gosh, I can't believe it! o(ﾟдﾟo≡oﾟдﾟ)o"
- Hope & Optimism:
"I believe everything will work out in the end. o(^o^)o"
- Embarrassment & Regret:
"I wish I hadn't said that... o(>_<)o"