Me and my girl often text each other like: <3 instead of hearts. Since Iwas mad about her I answered: 2.9 . You?
That's how our grandparents used to send emojis back in the days, but the new emojis I use today don't allow such flexibility 🙂
those are actually called emoticons.
emojis are unicode characters
(actually, i'm not sure if emojis are always unicode characters.)
Yup, I'm too young to understand such antiquities 😜
The advantage of the old school type is speed! Also you can exchange those on paper pieces like: µ<3u Can you decipher that one?
µ ( Greek letter that sounds a bit like me ) <3(a heart meaning love) u(Latin letter that sounds like you) me love(s) you. Haha
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