Millennials might've laid claim to them first but Gen Z has gone ahead and given emojis meaning no one saw coming.
" If I had to pick, the water droplet emoji probably does it for me."
"I feel like I’ve been directly attacked with my eyelash extensions... It’s mocking me. It’s heartbreaking. I mean, it’s literally staring right at me.”
If we all had a bong, we’d all get along.
What does it mean? Where did it come from? And why isn't everyone as obsessed with it as we are?
We now have gender-ambiguous zombies, vampires and merpeople.
Or are we all screaming into the void?
They're doing the same for many in households that speak multiple languages.
Why are there so many clocks????
Facebook trains its moderators to recognize when emojis violate the social network site’s policies as well, including for sexual solicitation, hate speech, and bullying.
Is "angry face-knife-ambulance" actually a threat?