I always try to smile when I’m down, but a lot of people who come to this site are looking for sad or disappointed emotions for their MSN chats. I always tell people to try to cheer up a bit and not spend so much time complaining about how bad they have it, but they always turn back to me and say that I should get lost (in no uncertain terms). With this in mind, I want to share some emoticons with those people who insist on sharing their pain with others – so if you’re on the receiving end of one of these emotions, I apologize profusely.
One of the slight issue when MSN was released was the lack of too many negative emotions. Not that I’m a negative person, but people do sometimes demand a way of saying ‘no way’ or ‘I don’t agree’ using a smiley, so when we were first allowed to personalize our emotions using Windows Live Messenger, a lot of graphic designers suddenly got to work on creating batches of negative emotes!
You shouldn’t have any trouble installing and using these icons in your chat program, and if you do then there is a guide somewhere in our archives which can help you with any troubles you might have!
This guy looks pretty depressed. I’m not sure if it is caused by fatigue after a long day’s work, or he’s just heard some amazingly bad news and suddenly he’s had all of the energy sapped out of him and the wind taken out of his sails, but he’s not in good shape. Send this smilie to your friend if you want them to be sapped too!
This icon for MSN looks a bit like Homer Simpson when he says ‘doh!’. Slapping your forehead on an emote is quite an extreme thing to do, so watch out! You might offend someone! Also you should remember that in some countries and cultures, slapping your head might be offensive (it’s definitely rude to do it to a bald person!)
Boo! This guy obviously hates the fact that all of life’s decisions seem to go against him, and he’s showing it with the thumbs down emoticon! He also looks completely crooked inside his mouth, and I’m not sure if it’s because he’s been in a brutal fight or if he’s just ugly!
The simple shaking head emoticon for MSN has been around for a lot longer than some people realise, in its different forms. This one looks completely convinced that the decision which he has just heard is ridiculous, and should not be trusted under any circumstances. He’s probably right!
As mentioned above, for help and guidance in installing these emotions into your MSN client, check out our archived post for info. You shouldn’t spend more that 1 minute getting them from here on our site into your chats!
If you like these sad and disappointed emotions for MSN and want us to put up more, why not get in touch with us via the comments section and let us know!