Among younger generations, emojis are so popular that they have virtually replaced words in texts and social media posts, this is so difficult for parents who are desperately trying to figure out what the encoded message there young ones are trying to communicate to them or their friends through chats. And while some emoji meanings are simple, others have a secret double meaning that needs to be deciphered, and some are quite complicated. Before you send any emoji therefore you need to know what it means and the person receiving should also be aware of what you meant or else there will be no effective communication between the two.
Never should you use an emoji without knowing its meaning because some are insulation, others are friendly.
For example teddy bear followed by two balloons mean "I'm thinking of you but don't have the words to say it." And that's just one of many fascinating secondary emoji meanings. So read on to learn the secret meaning behind some of the most popular emojis. And for more help deciphering texts
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