Emoticons tend to be subject to interpretation, both contextual and personal. E.g., " ", which looks like somebody wearing dark glasses: That could be used to mean "Joe Cool" (or commentary from the same), or a blind man ("I don't see", or "I don't want to see"), or someone hiding their identity or emotions. It can also be used ironically or sarcastically, e.g., to mean "I'm pretending to hide" or "you think you're being subtle, but you're not". Even the original "smiley", " ", can mean such different things as, "I'm happy", "I'm happy for you", "I wish you happiness", and even "that's mildly amusing". The " " emoticon can be variously seen as a ninja, someone hiding their identity, a spy, a scuba diver, and more, depending on context.I don't understand the meaning of these symbols would it be possible for someone to translate this
If you want to know what a particular person means when they use the different emoticons, a good way to learn is to review that person's old posts and see how s/he uses them in other contexts. (With me, you should come to the conclusion that I use each one to mean different things at different times, so you'll have to interpret them in view of what you learn my general opinions and attitudes to be.)
As with simple text, there's plenty of room for interpretation, misinterpretation, and deliberate ambiguity. I have my own idea what Peter meant by his little string of emoticons, but I could be wrong. More to the point, if he had wanted to say it outright, he would have. I suspect he used the emoticons so that others -- including newcomers -- would have to guess his meaning, rather than be told. So I'm not going to spoil that by posting my interpretation.