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1.
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A representation of "the horns", a metal salute which was first performed by Ronnie James Dio.

It is used by metal fans as general symbol of the affirmative, which could be anything from "hey man" to "fucking awesome" to "later"

it has recently begun to be used by people who are fans of other music genres and simply believe it is trendy to do. These people ar posers and are beneath notice.
"I just scored tickets to Wacken!"
"\m/"

"later man"
"\m/"
作者 TheSanityAssassin 2004年11月03日
 
2.
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Its the rock on sign.


see: rock on
\m/(>.<)\m/

"ROCK ON!!!"
作者 Sunny Ðaze 2005年5月20日
 
3.
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what someone types into a chatroom, msn etc to represent the metal salute that is supposed to look like devil horns. however, nowdays it is used by posers who are fans of tryhard pop rock bands who think they are 'hardocore'.
annoying girl poser 1: OMG, i just scored tickets to the veronicas concert!!!!

annoying girl poser 2: OMG!! fully siiiiiiiick!!!!!!!!

annoying girl posers 1 & 2: WICKED!!! \m/ (both salute)! ROCK ON!!!!
作者 Kray-zee K 2006年10月21日
 
4.
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supposed to look like the rock n' roll sign you make with your fingers.
\m/ ROCK ON \m/
作者 h-town 2003年10月23日
 
5.
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Symbol derived for use in online conversation to represent the hand signal meaning "Rock On".
"I'm going to the concert tonight at 8. There's gonna be 4 awesome bands there!"

"Cool...\m/"
作者 Kim-ber 2007年12月14日
 
6.
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Made by tucking the thumb into the palm, extending the index and little finger upward, and folding the middle and ring fingers under the thumb.
Yeaaahhhhhhhhh!!!! \m/ ROCK ON!!!!!
作者 asq 2006年7月11日
 
7.
\m/
In Hawaii, this Emoticon is used widely in e-mails, social networking, etc to mean 'shaka'.

shaka is a hand gesture with 3 fingers in the middle closed and having the pinky and the thumb stick out. This gesture has multiple meanings which originated with 'hang loose' or chill, relax, and is also used to give praise, approve, or to simply say thank you.
This emoticon can be used in any order (but preferably at the end)

'ey, thanks braddah \m/'

or

thank you for your time,
mahalo \m/
(insert name)
作者 knocknak 2012年2月01日