https://www.quarksnews.com/cms/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/aricle-emoj.jpg 1080 1630 Ed Lawrence Ed https://www.quarksnews.com/cms/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/quraksnews_b-1-300x111.png Ed Lawrence Ed2018-01-03 17:15:042019-07-19 11:51:16The Mysteries Behind The Strangest Emoji’s
Emojis have become a vital part of the world. There are small cartoons can add expression to an argument, brighten up a text and even help couples know about each other’s feelings. Yet more than hundred emojis, on peoples keyboards, I find people today do not seem to understand a fairly large amount of our language. In this article I will help you understand 5 of the most strange emojis on your keyboards, helping you get one step closer to an emoji guru.
You may be confused thinking this is a badly drawn crying person or a sick man with a droplet of snot falling off his face, but it is actually the eastern equivalent of the emoji.
In Japanese anime has a single snot bubble rising and falling in the rhythm of the character breathing is the same as the zzz in the western cartoons.
Fun fact: you can confuse your friends by saying “night guys ” and see their reaction.
The pager may be a device of their parents or TV shows such as Friends. This emoji can be used in the context of trying to get somebody picking your phone.
Fun fact: The number displayed in the most different terms (eg is 555-3215 while google is 888888 and messenger is 555-1212)
An index file is a bit of information at the corner of a document. This is often used to indicate someone’s contact. Eg contact Johns contact info “Apple contact card refers to the character of John Appleseed, who has appeared in most of Johnny Appleseed’s prototypes and is often found elsewhere. His contact card looks something like this:
125 Main St.
City Name, CA 95014
Work: (408) 123 4567
Home: (400) 765 4321
Fun fact: 95014 is the postcode for Cupertino California, the location of apples new mega-campus (read more on the mega-campus at http://www.bypole.net/?p=365 )
Although it is often referred to as the jellyfish, it is actually a called wind chime. While in reality, it is actually an emoji of a wind bell, a popular glass decoration used in Japan. Unless you know its meaning it’s not overly helpful, yet a friendly chat between two emoji connoisseurs it could be used as ‘oh I had a great walk home today, the ‘ were shining the were singing and the were chiming ‘
Hot Springs ️
This emoji is surprisingly underused in western culture while very popular in Japan. This is due to Japan having a lot of hot springs because of their large amount of volcanic activity. On many Japanese maps or on road signs you can see this emoji symbol.
Fun fact: it is often used to refer to steam or a hot beverage especially in western culture.