Enemies Kaomoji

Of course, these concepts are also an integral part of human life, but in kaomoji they are all humorous. To depict the confrontation of two emojis, it is enough to portray one kicking another or something like that. The Japanese  love to use special effects, thus very often they add symbols such as Σ, , and others to what’s going on.

ヽ( ・∀・)ノ_θ彡☆Σ(ノ `Д´)ノ
(*`0´)θ☆(メ°皿°)ノ
(; -_-)――――――C<―_-)
ヽ(>_<ヽ) ―⊂|=0ヘ(^‿^ )
(҂` ロ ´)︻デ═一 \(º □ º l|l)/
/( .□.)\ ︵╰(°益°)╯︵ /(.□. /)
(`⌒*)O-(`⌒´Q)
(っ•﹏•)っ ✴==≡눈٩(`皿´҂)ง
(*´∇`)┌θ☆(ノ>_<)ノ
(  ̄ω ̄)ノ゙⌒☆ミ(o _ _)o
(o¬‿¬o )...☆ミ(*x_x)
(╬ ̄皿 ̄)=○#( ̄#)3 ̄)
<(  ̄︿ ̄)︵θ︵θ︵☆(>口<-)
( ̄ε(# ̄)☆╰╮o( ̄▽ ̄///)
ヘ(>_<ヘ) ¬o( ̄‿ ̄メ)
,,(((  ̄□)_/ \_(○ ̄ ))),,
(╯°Д°)╯︵ /(.□ . \)
(¬_¬'')ԅ( ̄ε ̄ԅ)
(ノ-.-)ノ….((((((((((((●~* ( >_<)
!!(メ ̄  ̄)_θ☆°0°)/
(((ง’ω’)و三 ง’ω’)ڡ≡ ☆⌒ミ((x_x)
(งಠ_ಠ)ง σ( •̀ ω •́ σ)
(「• ω •)「 (⌒ω⌒`)
( °ᴗ°)~ð (/❛o❛\)