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By Kevin / Thursday 29 December 2011 19:32 / France
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By  IntoTheClouds  |  40

It may have cheered her up. You never know. P.S., why would you send a "cheerful smiley" to cheer her up?

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By  IntoTheClouds  |  40

It may have cheered her up. You never know. P.S., why would you send a "cheerful smiley" to cheer her up?

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  imaginaryvoice  |  18

"Whoops, I'm so sorry! I accidentally sent the wrong animation. I meant to send... (Insert tearful smiley here)"

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  reaganomics  |  6

Well don't feel to bad OP a lot of people do not even offer condolences to people because they do not know what to say, plus a dancing pig is a tad amusing, humor can help when people have experienced loss or traumatic events

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  smileeee_fml  |  0

Not trying to be rude or anything but... the last time I used MSN was about 2 or 3 years ago. It's all about Facebook now. Who still uses MSN? Lol

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  YDIomg  |  9

wait, tearful smiley as in :')? u were happy her dad died? I'm confused.

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  tatababe  |  0

I can't believe you still use MSN that's so cute

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  LolFMLnot  |  10

OP we all know you send her your true feeling now your just making this FML so she will believe the fact that you were actually sad about it. . . . #deep

By  Bobissmall  |  13

I hope your first thought wasn't to send an emote but to use words... And tearful smiley? Like :') ? As in crying because you're happy? The pig probably wouldn't be as bad in that case.

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  eyeIoveyou  |  4

if her friend is the kind of person who talks about a death online rather than in person, i really don't think she'll be the type of person to mind if OP even sent a tearful smiley face :')

By  twistedlovex  |  0

Who tells someone their father died over MSN?

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  twistedlovex  |  0

Ya, I never thought of that when I read 'friend' I instantly thought, like, neighbors.

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