[[caption-width-right:250:Have A Nice Country]]
%%In case anyone's wondering, that is the appropriate way to display the flag when it's vertical.

->''99. A smiley face is not used to mark a minefield.''
-->-- '''''Literature/SkippysList'''''

The yellow smiling face with the message "Have a Nice Day". Gained popularity as a FunTShirt, and now has some parodies.

Originally designed to stop postal employees from, well, GoingPostal. The smiley face is also commonly used as a sort of ironic symbol of psychopaths, typically those who are also mentally ill.

[[DisneyOwnsThisTrope A company called Smileyworld Ltd. owns the trademark on yellow smiley faces.]]

Compare {{Emoticon}}.

* ''Anime/IrresponsibleCaptainTylor''. Captain Tylor wears a smiley face button pinned to his baggy UPSF coat as a sign of his cheerful nature and casual disregard of military formality.

* ''Comicbook/{{Watchmen}}'' has one, but trademark issues caused problems in the ''Watchmen'' fan community when Smileyworld refused to let Warner Bros. release memorabilia involving [[IconicLogo the series' famous bloodstained smiley logo.]] Smileyworld's trademark can been seen at the end of the movie's trailers and on its posters.
** This smiley face, with a streak of blood, was probably the first use of the "ironic symbol" of the smiley face. Originally the Comedian's symbol, it acquired a streak of his blood from his murder. Creator/AlanMoore, the writer, himself noted how the meaning of the smiley face changed so much from such a small change. Additionally, the smiley face is the first use of the recurring "five minutes to midnight" symbol, with the streak of blood acting as a minute hand pointed at 11.
** In ''ComicBook/DoomsdayClock'', [[spoiler:Rorshach II's moving ink blot face forms a smiley face when seeing Batman's pancakes.]]
* Boss Smiley, the BigBad of ''ComicBook/{{Prez|1973}}'' (probably best known to modern readers from an appearance in Creator/NeilGaiman's ''ComicBook/TheSandman'') has a smiley face for a head. In the [[ComicBook/{{Prez2015}} 2015 reboot]], it's a holographic mask, but in the original it goes unexplained.
* ''ComicBook/{{Transmetropolitan}}'' has one with three eyes. The significance of this is to explain that, {{Transhumanism}} or not, people are still shallow and stupid.
* ''Evil Ernie'''s sidekick Smiley The Psychotic Button is a smiley face button that's gained sentience and a SlasherSmile.
* Creator/GahanWilson ''hates'' this smile, and has done several cartoons about it (including one with an UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler {{Expy}} using smiley faces instead of swastikas).

* In ''Film/BlazingSaddles'', [[BigBad Hedley Lamarr's]] "army" of evildoers includes among its ranks a pair of Ku Klux Klansmen with smiley faces and the phrase "have a nice day!" written on the back of their robes. This is either hilarious or terrifying, depending on how you look at it ([[BlackComedy or both!]]).
* ''Film/DazedAndConfused'' used a stoned Smiley Face on its poster.
* The film ''Film/{{Evolution}}'' had one with three eyes.
* ''Film/ForrestGump'' spoofed [[BeenThereShapedHistory the origin of this]].
* The 2012 horror film ''Film/{{Smiley}}'' uses this as a nightmarish SerialKiller [[http://www.horror-movies.ca/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Smiley-Image-610x343.jpg motif.]]
* Used in the poster for ''Film/SmileyFace'', naturally.

* ''Literature/TheStand'' introduces Randall Flagg, the Walkin' Dude, who, among other interesting buttons, wears one with a smiley face with a bullet wound in its forehead. Carried over to ''Franchise/TheDarkTower'' series, where he sometimes signs his messages to the ka'tet with one of these.

* SerialKiller Red John in ''Series/TheMentalist'' leaves a smiley face painted in his victims' blood at his crime scenes.
* Used on the IdiosyncraticWipes of the early seasons of ''Series/That70sShow''.

* The Music/BonJovi album, song and album cover uses the phrase as a [[SarcasmMode sarcastic]]/[[IsntItIronic ironic]] [[SubvertedTrope subversion]], as [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Have_a_Nice_Day_Bon_Jovi_album.jpg seen here]].
* Music/WeirdAl's video for "Eat It" (a shot-for-shot parody of Music/MichaelJackson's "Beat It") put the big smiley face and "Have a Nice Day" on the jacket of one of the gang leaders.

[[AC:Professional Wrestling]]
* [[ProfessionalWrestling Mick Foley]] used the smiley sometimes in his Mankind character; he also used "Have a nice day" as his {{Catchphrase}}.

* The page quote refers to ''Videogame/{{Minesweeper}}'', where the players' actions are punctuated by a Smiley face. It "shouts" once the player clicks on any square, wears CoolShades if he wins, and becomes a frown with [[WingdingEyes X eyes]] if he loses. (clicking the Smiley ends the game and starts another)
* The MultiPlatform game ''Faceball 2000'' was all about smiley faces in a maze shooting each other.
* The smilies gang in ''VideoGame/{{Manhunt}}'' wear dirty, worn smiley face masks, with messages like "Please stop me" scribbled on them.
* ''VideoGame/{{Berzerk}}'' (the game, not the show) turns smiley faces scary--one's the symbol for the [[InvincibleMinorMinion unkillable]] Evil Otto.
* ''VideoGame/QuestForGloryI'' has a smiley face in Yorick's room. When you look at it, Yorick will say "Have a nice day!"
* A smiley face pops up just before the Allied Time Bomb goes off in ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert3'', along with the caption "Have a Nice Day".
* ''VideoGame/BattlefieldBadCompany'' features the smiley prominently in its box art as well as in game grenades.
* ''VideoGame/UnrealTournament'' has the secondary fire of the flak cannon, which launches an explosive shell with a smiley face [[MarkedBullet painted in the front]]. This means that you can only see the smiley face when being shot at with the flak cannon.
* ''VideoGame/EverybodyEdits'' has the players represented as smileys.

* In ''Webcomic/{{Misfile}}'', Rumisiel often wears a T-shirt with a straight line for a mouth and a slogan which simply reads "Have a Day".
* ''Webcomic/ElectricWonderland'' displays eight in the [[http://www.platypuscomix.net/newbiestuff/electricwonderland.html menu]] for the character biographies, each bearing the same hat or hairstyle as one of the comic's stars. Some of them also have different color schemes.

* On ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', Lisa was put on anti-depression medication and saw everyone as a smiley face.

[[AC:Real Life]]
* In the early 1990s there was a gang of bankrobbers in Sweden called "The Military Gang" (due to their use of stolen military weapons and equipment). During one of their first robberies one of the gang members shot a smiley in wall with his 9mm SMG.
* Cuirassiers (armoured heavy cavalry) of the early 1600s wore menacing helmets with [[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/b/b8/Savoyardarmour.jpg freakishly grinning faces]] to intimidate the enemy.
* Wal-Mart used to have one in its ad campaigns (it was also part of their "Rollback" logo). It was de-emphasized during The Noughties, and was gone by 2007 in favor of an asterisk-like symbol that would become the corporate logo the next year.
* There was a restaurant in Cincinnati that was called ''Have A Nice Day'' that was covered in smileys. The restaurant may still be there, it has been a while.
* There's a smiley face on [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Happy-face1.jpg Mars.]] It was used as part of the smiley face motif in both the book and the film of ''Film/{{Watchmen}}'' when Dr. Manhattan & Laurie were on Mars.
* The smiley face was invented in 1963 by an artist for use in a morale-boosting campaign. He got paid $45. [[http://www.straightdope.com/columns/read/961/who-invented-the-smiley-face You can learn more here]].
* In the 1960s, New York-based Top 40 radio station WMCA billed itself with the slogan "The Good Guys", accompanied by a smiley-face logo. [[http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_R_Sqi0a8BRc/SoPNltygqAI/AAAAAAAACoU/9iOPDJc99i4/s400/Mick+Jagger+Wmca.jpg Here's Mick Jagger donning a WMCA sweatshirt of the period.]]
* Sometimes when you get take-outs at restaurants, the container will have a smiley face on it followed by the words "Have a Nice Day" at the bottom. (This happens usually with Chinese food.)
* The smiley face came back into fashion with the rise of AcidHouse/rave culture in the late 1980s. Merchandise frequently bore a smiley with a wiggly smile or one messed-up eye, [[ThisIsYourIndexOnDrugs for some reason]].