Okay, it’s 2019, and the millennial generation practically communicates through emojis. I mean, why use words when you can simply use apt emojis to convey the message?
In fact, you can actually have a full fledged conversation using just emojis and trust me when I say I’ve done it. Now, Emoji 12.0 will be releasing a whole lot of new emojis, which Netizens are loving.
From yawning emojis to pinch emojis, there are lots of cool ones which have even sparked memes. Fret not, we’ve compiled some of our favourite ones.
Such a cute desi emoji. But also, this is practically everyone’s nightmare. So the next time you’re stuck on the road waiting for the auto wale bhayiaa to actually agree to take you home, maybe this emoji might come in handy.
This is how people reacted to it:
Hope the emoji won’t say “Nahi jana hai” https://t.co/xXMlTh35PD
— Cycle Chain Sankar (@dakuwithchaku) February 7, 2019
Tried to send this emoji, it said CNG bharwana hai https://t.co/vF9c8jodLf
— Amrita Kesari (@iamamritakesari) February 8, 2019
This emoji will never be sent. Everytime you want to send it, it will just not go https://t.co/3pQliYYNjI
— Noel (@hape_go_lueke) February 7, 2019
To be honest, the sari emoji looks nothing like the real thing. If anything, it looks like a lehenga. Does this remind you of Parvathi’s outfit in Harry Potter?
if this is sari i am priyanka chopra https://t.co/JhuceV7tIV
— a. (@ablazewithblue) February 7, 2019
This is towel on my frock.. not sari.. ffs.. https://t.co/RYxSRjcGmR
— VDI (@Weedso_0) February 8, 2019
Sari, but not sari. Isn’t this just a kameez with dupatta? https://t.co/xefciQRyG2
— Ishan Manjrekar (@IshanManjrekar) February 8, 2019
Okay, yes. This just made every guy’s life really, really hard. It looks hilarious, and may even save us from the creeps in our “others messages” folder. So the next time you get unsolicited pictures, you know which emoji to use.
Pinch? I thought this was a ‘get smart’ emoji. I write this full well knowing I am showing my age pic.twitter.com/asPqQrnmNZ
— Us3crew (@_Us3crew_) February 6, 2019
Big or small…if it’s unsolicited then I’m hitting them with the triple “pinch emoji” pic.twitter.com/fO8DSMRrLg
— Nicole Egypt (@egyptiannico) February 6, 2019
I need that pinch emoji NOW
— Jamie (@LoLSonder) February 7, 2019
Okay, this emoji may be slightly unnecessary. Why do you need to show garlic to someone, unless they’re a vampire?
Now that we’re getting a garlic emoji, my life is complete. pic.twitter.com/Rcm5jgWgzc
— Kaitlin (Flannery) Garske (@WhiskKid) February 7, 2019
The momo addict in me saw this as a momo https://t.co/fOh2ptGgxN
— Harish Iyengaar (@scaryhairyman) February 7, 2019
Jains won’t be able to use this emoji https://t.co/MipdmchwaV
— SAGAR (@sagarcasm) February 7, 2019
Okay, this one’s useful. So the next time you’re tired, you can just send this emoji instead of having to tell them the same. In fact, you could even use this to show that you’re getting bored. A win win situation really.
the new “yawning” emoji looks more like a very dramatic scream so i will infact be using it when my boyfriend takes more than 10 minutes to reply to my messages pic.twitter.com/2m8MO4OuEG
— Amber Xenos (@ambxenos) February 6, 2019
Just looked at the new yawning emoji and then yawned
— lili (@lilladylili22) February 7, 2019
That yawning emoji triggers my yawns please don’t release it
— ALOFOREVER (@alo118_) February 7, 2019
There are other emojis as well. From period emojis to interracial couples, WhatsApp is going to be completely revolutionized once these emojis are dropped. I really can’t wait for them, what about you?
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