The "[≡] 〆(・⺫・‶)" emote is a Japanese emoticon that can be interpreted as a symbol for "finished" or "end." It can also be used to express relief or satisfaction after completing a task. The "Tax Day" emote is a variation of this emoticon that features a person holding up a sign that says "TAX" with the same "finished" or "end" symbol next to it. It is often used to express relief or humor in relation to the deadline for filing taxes in the United States.
- Displeasure & Discontent:
"I'm unhappy with how my tax dollars are being spent. [≡] 〆(・⺫・‶)"
- Anticipation & Nervousness:
"I'm anxious to find out how much I owe in taxes this year. [≡] 〆(・⺫・‶)"
- Despair & Pessimism:
"I'll never be able to pay off my tax debt. [≡] 〆(・⺫・‶)"