Emoticon Mask Hides Your True Emotions

June 9, 2008


The Mask Of Emotion was developed by the Digital Media Design Department at Hongik University in Korea and should have been included in Majora's Mask. The bulbous headgear hides true emotions and instead shows one of seven emoticons chosen by the wearer. It also makes crossing busy intersections infinitely more dangerous. I suggest my girlfriend wear one in the bedroom when we're getting intimate. Partly because she's so painful to look at, but mostly because I have no idea what the hell I'm doing. Seriously, I can count the number of times I've been with a woman on two hands.*

*Minus one hand, three and a half fingers.

Emoticon mask will make you smile

Thanks to Kari, who wears her emotions on her sleeve

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