“WAT MEANS‽” (sic)

Rate Unicode characters in a Hot or Not?–style interface. (What’s popular and why?)

I talked to one of the Hot or Not? lads at South by Southwest one year. Did you know they got screwed in the business even worse than, say, a black soul singer in the ’70s would have?

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