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Lang
“Auld Lang Syne” is a Scottish song and that is most often sung at New Year, shortly after midnight. There exist three Skype emoticons devoted to this song: (auld)(lang)(syne)

The most interesting is that these emoticons have been drawn in such a way that you can create a chain of dancers by sending several emoticons in one message. The number and order of emoticons does not matter because in any case, all the dancers will hold hands dancing in rhythm (the only thing, do not add spaces between emoticons).

For example, in Skype chat you can obtain the following:
(auld)(lang)(syne)(lang)(auld)(syne)(syne)(auld)(lang)(lang)(syne)(auld)(syne)(auld)(lang)

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Answer 3 simple questions:

Since this emoticon is hidden, it can not be found on the emoticons picker, however, you can send it using the following methods:
  1. Type or paste into the input field one of the following codes and send the message:
    (lang)
    (Lang)

  2. If someone sent you "Lang" emoticon, highlight it, right-click and select "Copy selection". Then, right-click on the input box and select "Paste as Text". Now you can send the message.

Please note that the "Lang" emoticon is not supported by all versions of Skype. This emoticon has become available starting from version Skype 7.6 for Windows.

# Download "Lang" emoticon:
To download this animated smiley, press the right-click on the link lang.gif and click on the "Save" option. Also, you can open this link in a new browser tab, and then press the key combination Ctrl + S

# Tags:
dancing, new year, holidays

# Keywords:
new year, resolutions, auld, lang, syne, poem, folk, farewell old year, old long since, old times, join hands, sing along, sing, celebration

# Collections of emoticons:

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