So there you go. It is now a smiley nose. :wink:Originally Posted by shane
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I've seen it used as a nose in a smiley:Originally Posted by tdol
It's a 'not'symbol, apparently, so it's ¬ a nose. ;¬)
it looks like to me "giyeok" in hangeul alphabet, which is letter of korean.
the vertical part of the symbol should be a bit longer though.
and here's the exact "giyeok" -----ㄱ
BTW how do you say "*" button on the phone?
sometimes it's been annoying me after i forgot the name.
In British English we call * the star button and # is hash. I don't know if Americans have different words, but I'm sure someone will let us know.
In North American English, # is called pound. The pound key or the pound button. It took me forever to figure that one out after a recorded message had said, "Now press the pound key". Huh? I ended up calling the operator and asking, "Excuse me, could you tell me what the pound key looks like, please?"Originally Posted by tdol
It doesn't look anything like a £.
That's because you've got it upside-down.Originally Posted by tdol
So it should be €.
I usually say sharp button for #, which somehow has hardly caused confusion.Originally Posted by tdol
Well, now I'm wondering how should I say for it. :( :wink: