It’s the OG of emojis and was an icon of hippie culture in the ’60s, then acid house raves in the ’80s. In America, it still turns up on plastic bags used at mom-and-pop stores accompanied by printed greetings of “Thank you” and “Have a nice day!”. It’s also probably the only graphic symbol in the world that just about anybody can get right (seriously).
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