America Online Easter Egg - Funny Smiley Face Sound

1. Keyword box....
2. type: smile4u
3. click smiley face for sound!

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Contributed By: Pikadude11 on 07-08-1999
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Heather writes:
The problem with these things is, that when you get America Online version 6.0, keywords take you to an america online search results page, and you have to pick the one you want. All of the ones that showed up for "smile4u" did not show what everyone is talking about....
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JimmyMK writes:
I've been using the smile4u thing for a while now (it was in my favorites), and just recently I've found that it doesn't work anymore. I tried entering it into Keyword again, and all it did was try and search for the keyword itself. So, from what I've seen, smile4u is no longer around.
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Alex writes:
Yup, you are right. smile4u no longer exists. it was never an easter egg in the first place though. if you went to mail extras, smileys, it was right there. thats how i found it, i thought it was funny, but it doesn't work anymore. o well :-(
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Funny how everyone has their own take on the origins of a so-called egg and its supposed purpose. I used to work tech support for an out-service for AOL and we used the smile4u as a ping generator so that our customers that were having trouble staying on-line could "trick" their unit into thinking they were busier than they were. In other words it is designed to keep activity going like you were working on something. :-)
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MikeA2000 writes:
Sadly, yes, AOL's oldest easter egg has dissapeared. The guides probably removed it. To see more AOL easter eggs and interesting stuff in AOL, visit my website at http://aoleastereggs.iwarp.com
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Susan writes:
I'm not sure it's true, but I've heard that if you leave "smile4u" running during an aol session, it will prevent you from being logged off in the event you do not respond to those annoying "nag screens" that ask if you want to stay online.
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Matt writes:
Just to let you all know, this is not an egg. AOL points to that screen from many different things, usually having to do with smily faces. It's cool, but not a wonderful find.
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cybertrucker writes:
This egg worked fine for me first time I tried it, on AOL 7.
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Teo writes:
The Smile4U is the remnants of an old site that used to be on America Online. It featured a Smile face at the top and a dog that barked whenever the smile appeared. There were a number of people that thought that they had a virus when they got the link for the smiley. by the way it will not disable any of the timers
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tRoG writes:
i tried this today and it DOES work, maybe they brought it back because of popular demand...
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Tech Support writes:
I tried it, got nothing. Then I go to the Window Menu, it sounds: HA HA!
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Camjturner writes:
The first time I tried it, I got the normal HA! HA! But then after a couple of seconds, It said "cool!". BTW Is that supposed to be Nelson Muntz's voice? When it says "cool!" it sounds like Snake's voice also (Im obviously talking about the simpsons)
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mrsf writes:
Maybe it works for some and not others. It didn't work for me (on 5/16/01) and I have 5.0. It just searches for the keyword "smile4u" and gives you a bunch of links. One of which is for the "Roll the Dice" egg at this web site. (tee hee)
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Nony writes:
I, too, once was a grunt for the notorious tech support of AOL. Unfortunately, I think the earlier gentleperson was misinformed. There was NOTHING you could do (besides actually being active) to convince the auto-timer not to disconnect you. I had many a disgruntled customer who was told that goofy smile would solve their problem, call me up and yell at me because their download was still cut off.
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jam writes:
I tried the smile4u thing today (23/07/01) and it worked fine. Maybe it's because I use AOL 5.0
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ok the haha is nelson muntz and the cool is auto the bus driver
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KoW writes:
Just so you know, the bus drivers name is NOT auto, it's "Otto Mann"
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Shady writes:
Smile4u still works and i have AOL 6.0 and it is 11 April 2001. By the way it is kind of cool
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bubs writes:
it does work on AOL6. I just tried it!!
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shamrock writes:
I just tried it on AOL 6.0, on Nov. 29, 2001, and it did NOT work...I got the results of the search, but not the smiley.
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Nath writes:
I'm running AOL version 6, and I managed to get this one to work fine.
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Rob writes:
Just tried it 10/01/02 with AOL 7.0 - it worked for me.
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domm writes:
well, i just tried this smile4u thing on 24/3/01, and it worked fine. by the way, the ha ha is definitely nelson muntz
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