I felt inspired by Louis Bullock CSS emoticon (based on Dan Eden's smiley).
This is a single CSS class that makes common emoticons more fun. Just add the class to your emoticon, no images necessary!
Check it out: http://cssmileys.andrewgomez.info/
Comments and suggestions welcome! I think it works on most modern browsers, but I make no promises...
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