Anybody can pick up a tie for Dad on Father’s Day but a money tree? Now you’re talking
Irvington, NY (PRWEB) June 14, 2006
Smiley Central, a free smiley and emoticon website, today introduced its annual list of “Top 10 Things Dad Wants for Father’s Day.” Included this year are: a tree that grows money and a Swiss Army TV Remote Control.
“Anybody can pick up a tie for Dad on Father’s Day but a money tree? Now you’re talking,” said Smiley Central spokesperson, Mike Primiani. “This is a fun list anyone can send to their father, and we’ve even included our popular teddy bear icons to make dad feel all warm and fuzzy inside.”
Smiley Central’s Father’s Day smileys can be delivered to Dad through most webmail or email applications. If Dad is hip and uses an instant messenger, the smileys can be sent using AIMÒ, MSN Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger and Google Talk. Smiley Central emoticons can also work on mobile phones for use as wallpapers or screensavers.
Smiley Central is part of the MyWebSearch browser toolbar, and is easily accessible from an IM window or web browser. The toolbar also provides users with other popular free products including Cursor Mania, Popular Screensavers and MyFunCards.
About Smiley Central
Smiley Central is a free smileys website launched in June 2003, which revolutionized the emoticon industry when it introduced flash-based “super” smileys. Offering more than 10,000 smileys and emoticons, Smiley Central works with instant messaging applications, email programs, blogs and mobile devices. Smiley Central is a web property of IAC Search & Media, a wholly-owned business of IAC/InterActiveCorp.
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