The "( ノ ▽〃)" emote, also known as the "Shameful Guy" emote, is a Japanese emoticon typically used to express embarrassment or shame. It features a face with closed eyes, blushing cheeks, and a downward-facing mouth that resembles a pout. The raised arms on either side of the face are meant to convey a sense of surrender or submission. The emote has become popular in online communication, particularly in chat rooms and social media platforms.
- Proud & Accomplished:
"I finally finished writing my book! (ノ▽〃)"
- Guilty & Remorseful:
"I shouldn't have done that. (ノ▽〃)"
- Excited & Grateful:
"Thank you so much for the birthday gift! (ノ▽〃)"