The first emoticon was sent on September 19, 1982, at Carnegie Mellon University. Scott E. Fahlman, part of the Computer Science Department, messaged the rest of the faculty: "I propose the following character sequence for joke markers: :-). Actually, it is probably more economical to mark things that are NOT jokes, given current trends. For this, use :-(.” Our homage to popular culture’s most versatile and persistent glyph incorporates a rave-ready neon yellow smiley into the 032c logo. The result is a black-light sensitive character sequence for joke markers – or NOT joke markers, if you’re upside down (or tripping hard enough to think you are).
The 032c “Smiley” Sweatshirt has an extra feature: the extra large graphic on the back of the garment is enhanced to actually glow in the dark.
Front length shoulder to hem: XS (64,5cm), S (67cm), M (69,5cm), L (72cm), XL (74,5cm), 2XL (77cm).
Chest width front: XS (53cm) S (56cm), M (59cm), L (62cm), XL (65cm), 2XL (68cm)