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* ''Evil Ernie'''s sidekick Smiley The Psychotic Button is a smiley face button that's gained sentience and a SlasherSmile.

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* ''Evil Ernie'''s ''ComicBook/EvilErnie'''s sidekick Smiley The Psychotic Button is a smiley face button that's gained sentience and a SlasherSmile.



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* ''VideoGame/CometBusters'' has cronies, little smiley faces that burst out when you shoot an as- [[WritingAroundTrademarks er, "rock"]], and ZergRush the nearest ship.

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** In ''ComicBook/DoomsdayClock'', [[spoiler:Rorshach II's moving ink blot face forms a smiley face when seeing Batman's pancakes.]]



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%%In case anyone's wondering, that is the appropriate way to display the flag when it's vertical.



* The page image combines this with WearingAFlagOnYourHead.


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



* Boss Smiley, the BigBad of ''ComicBook/{{Prez}}'' (probably best known to modern readers from an appearance in Creator/NeilGaiman's ''ComicBook/TheSandman'') has a smiley face for a head.

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* Boss Smiley, the BigBad of ''ComicBook/{{Prez}}'' ''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.head. In the [[ComicBook/{{Prez2015}} 2015 reboot]], it's a holographic mask, but in the original it goes unexplained.


* The 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]].

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* The BonJovi 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]].


* Boss Smiley, the BigBad of ''{{Prez}}'' (probably best known to modern readers from an appearance in Creator/NeilGaiman's ''ComicBook/TheSandman'') has a smiley face for a head.

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* Boss Smiley, the BigBad of ''{{Prez}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Prez}}'' (probably best known to modern readers from an appearance in Creator/NeilGaiman's ''ComicBook/TheSandman'') has a smiley face for a head.


* Used in the poster for ''Film/TheSmileyFace'', naturally.

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* Used in the poster for ''Film/TheSmileyFace'', ''Film/SmileyFace'', naturally.



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* 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.


** Which seems to have been... er... ''appropriated'' from the 3-eyed smiley in WarrenEllis' comic ''{{Transmetropolitan}}''.
*** Which in turn appropriated it from the UK acid-house scene, as per WordOfGod.


* 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)

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* The page quote refers to ''Videogame/Minesweeper'', ''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)


* ''Comicbook/{{Watchmen}}'' has one, but trademark issues caused problems in the ''Watchmen'' fan community when Smileyworld refused to let Warner Bros. release memorabilia involving the series' famous bloodstained smiley logo. Smileyworld's trademark can been seen at the end of the movie's trailers and on its posters.

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* ''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. logo.]] Smileyworld's trademark can been seen at the end of the movie's trailers and on its posters.




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* Used in the poster for ''Film/TheSmileyFace'', naturally.


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* 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)


* Boss Smiley, the BigBad of ''{{Prez}}'' (probably best known to modern readers from an appearance in NeilGaiman's ''ComicBook/TheSandman'') has a smiley face for a head.

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* Boss Smiley, the BigBad of ''{{Prez}}'' (probably best known to modern readers from an appearance in NeilGaiman's Creator/NeilGaiman's ''ComicBook/TheSandman'') has a smiley face for a head.


* ''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.

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* ''IrresponsibleCaptainTylor''.''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.

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* 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.

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