How to Make a Bunny in a Text Message

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Text messaging is a means of digital communication whereby alphanumeric characters are sent between mobile phones to convey messages. It's a simple way to send friends and family members short messages (usually 160 characters or less in length), but you can also get artistic with text, creating designs and pictures. One image that can be made with a text message is a bunny. In a few simple steps, you can create lines, curves and markings with characters normally reserved for punctuation.

  • Type a left parenthesis, then a backslash, then two underscores, then a forward slash and finally a right parenthesis. These are the ears, and should look like this: (__/). If you can't find the backslash, look under your "Symbols" option by selecting the dictionary mode (usually indicated by an "Abc" symbol) and "Symbols."

  • Type a left parenthesis, followed by an equal sign, followed by an apostrophe, then a period, another apostrophe, one more equal sign and finally a right parenthesis. Press the "Enter" or "Return" (not the "Send" key) to move down to the next space. At this stage, the bunny should look like this:
    (__/)
    (='.'=)

  • Type a left parenthesis, followed by a quotation mark and then a right parenthesis. This is the bunny's right foot. Type an underscore sign, and repeat the left parenthesis, quotation mark and right parenthesis pattern to make the bunny's left foot. Type the number "3" at the end of this line to create a tail. The text bunny should now be finished, looking like this:
    (_/)
    (='.'=)
    (")
    (")3

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