Most people overuse emoticons and it sometimes can become very annoying.
However, what if those emoticons were hiding a song underneath and the friend that you dismissed as an annoying person was actually testing your intelligence to guess which song the string of emoticons stood for?
Well, Jennifer Lewis at Flavor Wire has used emoticons to render pop songs.
How she managed to do this is something that I can’t fathom but it looks like she substituted the notes with emoticons so that when it is played, the actual song is played on your device.
If you just looked at the pictures, it doesn’t really make much sense but when you do play them, they probably would remind you of some of the popular songs.
Some of the songs that have been converted into emoticons are 99 Red Balloons by Nena, Burning Down the House by Talking Heads, Some Girls by the Rolling Stone, Surfin’ U.S.A. by The Beach Boys, Octopus’s Garden by The Beatles, and Dancing in the Dark by Bruce Springsteen.
I can’t help but admire the geekiness behind it all. You could also take a look at Emoticon LED lights which have been designed specifically for drivers. The Emoticons Stress Toy can be a great way to relax when you have reached the end of your tethers.