it depends. either you use: o.o, O.O, O.o, or o.O there's a good chance it's for something you couldn't believe you just heard.
Teacher: 2(x+5)^3+6(y-17)/11.17+34. Solve it.
Girl: *sobs* I broke up with Tony!
Friend: Oh, my gosh! What happened?
Girl: I found him kissing another guy!
Friend: o.O... O.o
Boy: I heard that they're going to take all the good channels off the air like the movie channels and such.
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