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November 18, 2017

THE REAL MEANING OF EMOJIS (PART 2)

My curiosity about the real meaning of emojis continues this week. Here are more of my amusing discoveries:

Dancing girls

Real meaning: Attractive women as this is Japan’s take on Playboy bunnies

 

Comet or star emoji

Real meaning: dizzy symbol

 

Praying emoji

Real meaning: please or thank you

 

Ballerina emoji

Real meaning: Face with OK gesture

 

Lover’s house

Real meaning: a love hotel, the hotel that can be used for an hour

 

Sassy woman

Real meaning: Information desk girl

 

Poo emoji

Real meaning: a symbol that means good luck in Japanese culture

 

Then, I saw this drawing on Instagram by artist Mo Welch which is so fitting for my topic.

Isn’t it so accurate?

 

Photos from Emoji Stickers and Instagram of Mo Welch

 

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