ASCII art mouse  ᘛ⁐̤ᕐᐷ

There is a Unicode character for proofreading when two words should be united together.

I was reading the news⁐paper this morning.

You can also use it to make an ASCII art mouse  ᘛ⁐̤ᕐᐷ

Here’s a bigger look at that mouse

Three of the characters in this artwork come from the Native Canadian language spoken by the Dakelh people. I am guessing their original language was not meant to look like a mouse.

SymbolTranscriptionSource
jaDakelh
Not from the Dakelh. It’s just the proofreading mark, combine together
◌̤Not from the Dakelh. “Combining Diaeresis Below”. Whatever that is.
rDakelh
hiDakelh

Here are more characters from the Dakelh’s language known as Carrier.

It’s kinda fascinating how different cultures can come together to form cute ASCII art. Look at this little kitty cat ASCII art.

ฅ^•ﻌ•^ฅ

The paws ฅฅ are Thai.
The little nose and mouth ﻌ is Arabic.

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