Think You're Using Emoji's Right? Maybe Not So Much

If you’re over the age of 35, there’s a good chance you don’t understand what the emojis your kid uses actually mean.

Like “Thumbs Up” doesn’t mean yes, it’s a passive aggressive, rude way to end the conversation.

The cat with tears of joy emoji means you’re mocking someone. 

The skull and crying face emojis now communicate that something is funny. It’s emoji-slang for “I’m dead,” which also means funny.

The red hot face doesn’t mean you’re angry…it means you’re physically attracted…so that could be a big mistake. 

See the most misused emojis at USA Today dot com.

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