Mr. Davis commonly refers to the Oxford English Dictionary as the "OED".
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An emoticon used to indicate the person is blushing, embarassed, etc.
person 1: zomg, do you really like him?!
person 2: um.. o////o
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A Triple Headed Shock Monster, also known as a THSM. A set of emoticons expressing extreme shock.
John: I killed a man again!
Abe: :o :o :o
John: Yeah... what?
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it is someone with headphones on listening to music and enjoying it.
o(-. -)o: don't bother me i like this song.
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(post embarrasing picture somewhere)

you: aahh take it down O///O
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A face, similar to ^//^ and/or >//< . The o//o is a blushing face, however the eyes are open in shock or disbelief. This is not usually used as a positive way of blushing, such as ^//^ would be. o//o is usually used when someone is embarrassed or surprised.
Mom: I threw you a surprise birthday party, and invited all your friends, but they only had bright pink balloons

Me: o//o
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