10 daily used emojis you never knew had double meanings

Did you know that emojis were first introduced in Japan? Throughout the years we have encrypted messages and sent each other via some tricks, now the work has become easier since the time emoji came into existence. For example, you all know the secret meaning that eggplants hold. Similarly, we have done quite a bit of research and come up with the actual and the hidden meanings these few emojis hold. it’s actually going to make you think twice now before you use it.

Dancing twin emoji

It is used as a symbol expressing excitement within a group of girls. Before a night out, those dancing twins are nearly always whipped out. But, did you even realise those dancing twins were wearing bunny ears? They’re pretty pivotal to its meaning, which is representative of the Japanese concept of a ‘Bunny Girl’ symbolising sex appeal (think Playboy bunnies) and often used in cosplay.

Pizza Slice emoji

It could mean the person is in the mood for pizza, but in the right context, a pizza slice or wedge of cheese is another way of saying, “I love you.” Because communicating that isn’t complicated enough.

Hair flicking woman emoji

When we’ve just had our hair cut, or we’ve dolled ourselves up, we’ll use the hair flick to illustrate how we’re feeling fine. But it can also be used to portray sass in a kind of ‘mm-hmmm’ kissing teeth way, or EVEN to help you ask a question. Multi-functional, you see. But this one will blow you out of the water. She’s just an information desk girl.

Now surprisingly this emoji has another hidden meaning too. it’s actually used to express an exasperated “I don’t even know what to think anymore.”

Bumblebee emoji

Who doesn’t love Beyoncé? This emoji doesn’t only showcase an animal it has a hidden meaning. And yes, you are right, It is related to Beyoncé. Given that Beyoncé’s Internet name is Queen Bey, and her fans are known as the Beehive, her followers will often swarm a post with bumblebees in attack if anyone dares throw shade at their almighty ruler.


It stands for “cuddles” and is basically a virtual hug, even though the sea creature is not terribly cuddly (despite its many tentacles). And moreover, who doesn’t like cuddling?

Alien emoji

The Alien emoji was created in 2010 to suggest that something is out of this world, whether representing actual extraterrestrial life or describing weird, strange, or far-out behaviour. but that’s mot it. It actually has a different meaning. Any ideas? Well, in the current culture, immigrants, especially those who illegally immigrate, are top targets of the current administration. And so, the Alien emoji is now being used in some discriminatory ways online to talk about or call out those who have “alien” status.

Nail polish emoji

The Nail Polish emoji is often used literally to highlight an impressive manicure or fancy outfit or plainly meaning that you’re dolled up. But it also has something more to it. The Nail Polish emoji also means “I’m not bothered” or “Haters gonna hate.” The sassy sense of the Nail Polish emoji had indeed become so popular that BuzzFeed declared 2014 “the year of the nail care emoji.”

Goat emoji

The Goat emoji literally alludes to the farmyard animal. But, what does the Goat emoji actually mean? When not alluding to the animal, the Goat emoji stands for GOAT, an acronym meaning Greatest of All Time. It is generally used in reference to highly-skilled individuals.

Face Without mouth emoji

The Face Without Mouth emoji has several different meanings, both positive and negative. It can be a marker for speechlessness, sheepishness, or sad smugness. But, there’s a darker and hidden side to this emoji, and sometimes it can be used as a trigger warning for someone who needs help. Someone might make a post about shutting down and isolating themselves from others, and it might include the Face Without Mouth emoji. Likewise, someone might text a friend about feeling lonely or unsure of their status with others, including this emoji.

Avocado emoji

Given the millennial obsession with avocados, you’d think this would symbolize something good. But given the eye-roll-worthy enthrallment with this fruit, it’s often used to indicate someone who is hopelessly “basic” and just does whatever is trendy at the moment.

Now, the funny part arrives, put these hidden meanings into your thoughts and see for yourselves what your previous text with the emojis you have sent or used mean?

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