As anyone who has ever done text messaging with Japanese people knows, Japanese emoticons are highly advanced, and make English ones (for example: ;) :( :) :p ) ... look insanely idiotic.
I wanted to know how to say "sugoi" in emoticons in Japanese. So I looked it up and found the (a) goldmine of Japanese "e-moji", which means "picture letters" (絵文字）. This is the site, Kaomojiya.
When you go there, the left hand column are categories: greetings, happy, fun, sad, unpleasant, tired, love, daily life (e.g., toilet), events, angry, and more. Then on the right are more specifics. I wanted something fun, so I went to 楽しい, ("tanoshii"), meaning "fun." I chose the 2nd to last one, 踊る・歌う, which means "singing and dancing."
Here's a line dance: ♪。゜+.才才才才才才才才才才。゜+.♪ラインダンス
Para Para: へ(￣_￣へ)(ノ￣_￣)ノ パラパラ♪
I think this is stretching: ┗(｀o´)┓ウッ┏(｀○´)┛ハッ┏(｀o´)┓ウッ┗(｀O´)┛ホホッ