15 Emojis We Often Get Wrong and Misuse
Imagine a world without emojis. It’s hard to do, isn’t it? Sometimes these little drawings that represent all sorts of things say more than words can, and they also simplify virtual communication and save time. It is much easier to send a 👍, than to write “everything is fine.” But the truth is that emojis were invented in Japan, so many of them represent typically Japanese ideas and expressions that have nothing to do with the meaning that many users, who are unaware of that reality, give them when they use them.
Bright Side prepared a test for you, to see if you can guess the true meaning of some of the emojis we use the most. Choose the answer that seems correct to you and find out if you got it right!
Which meaning did you not expect? Which emoji do you use the most every day? Which one would you like to see invented? Share your opinion with us in the comment section!