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What we use it for: Well, basically, as a shooting star.Or as a way of glitzing up existing emojis that we think should look more magical. Now we love emojis just as much as the next person, but the day we have to communicate our symptoms to our GP through use of emojis will be a sad one.Before a night out, those dancing twins are nearly always whipped out.Its original meaning: Did you even realise those dancing twins were wearing bunny ears? But 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.Welcome to a complete list of Facebook emoticons and emojis. To activate a Facebook emoticon or emoji, simply click it in the list below to copy it to your clipboard, then paste it on Facebook.
But does that really lend itself to many real-life situations?Like the previous lack of unicorn emoji, for example; the horse emoji with added shell and shooting star can instantly transform it into the mystical creature we so crave in emoji form. Its original meaning: Er, so it's not a star at all. What we use it for: When we're seriously hoping something will go our way, we whack out the praying hands.The gleaming halo of light behind them adds just the biblical touch it requires, don't you think?Because that's what poo means in Japanese culture, apparently. What we use it for: This is just a variation of the hands-on-head monkey.Always to be used in a 'oh my gaaaaad' way either to express shock or embarrassment.