Did you re­ally say that?

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What it ap­pears to be: A pair of nice brown eyes. Can mean: Used with other emo­jis, this al­most al­ways means you’re up to no good. Send it next to an aubergine (see op­po­site) and you’re be­ing highly sug­ges­tive.

What it ap­pears to be: A woman with her arms crossed. Can mean: Girl power.

What it ap­pears to be: A snowflake. Can mean: Co­caine.

What it ap­pears to be: An ex­plo­sive. Can mean: ‘You’re the bomb.’

What it ap­pears to be: Ev­ery­thing is OK. Can mean: ‘White power.’

What it ap­pears to be: A man­i­cure. Can mean: ‘Not both­ered.’

What it ap­pears to

be: A snake, pos­si­bly a co­bra. Can mean: A treach­er­ous or un­trust­wor­thy per­son.

What it ap­pears to

be: An up­side-down smi­ley face.

Can mean: Ever needed to be nice to some­one de­spite hat­ing them? That.

What it ap­pears to

be: A palm of a hand.

Can mean: ‘What-ever.’

What it ap­pears to

be: An aubergine.

Can mean: A pe­nis.

What it ap­pears to

be: A peach.

Can mean: A juicy bot­tom.

What it ap­pears to

be: Shocked face.

Can mean: Oral sex for men.

What it ap­pears

to be: A stickingou­t tongue. Can mean: Oral sex for women.

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