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#EngPIC: Emojis Faces meaning

Hello fellas, what is your favorite emoticon? Emoticon or Emojis are changing the way we communicate. But do you really know the Emojis face meaning? We will discuss in today session.

Formely known as smileys and often confused with emoticons, emojis faces are used on SMS and Sosial media apps like Instagram and Whatsapp.

Overall the emojis that we usually use is divided into several sections. Here there are:

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  1. Happy Face Emojis
  • Smiley Faces

Smiling Face With Smiling Eyes and Smiling Face are the most commonly used emojis. They simply denote happiness or positivity.

Infrequently, they may be used following a mild insult or criticism to remove some of the sting.

  • Other Smiley Faces

Smiling Face With Open MouthSmiling Face With Open Mouth And Smiling EyesGrinning Face, and Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Tightly-Closed Eyes are similar to the two simpler smiley faces.

However, they are often used to express greater levels of happiness. A message with one of these emojis will normally be extremely positive. They are rarely used with an insult or criticism.

  • Smiling Face With Open Mouth and Cold Sweat

Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Cold Sweat similarly shows happiness, albeit with relief. Messages using this emoji often express joy at how a potentially negative event worked out.

For example, if you sent a message explaining that you just passed a difficult test or got the all clear from the doctor then you could use this emoji.

  • Face With Tears of Joy

Face With Tears Of Joy is used to show laughter. It’s commonly replaced “LOL” when someone sends a joke.

  • Rolling on the Floor Laughing Face
  • Rolling on the Floor Laughing Face is the latest iteration of “ROFL”

Upside-Down Face

Upside-Down Face implies you’re not being serious or are talking about something that seemingly makes no sense.

Zany Face

Zany Face also shows flippancy. Use this if something is silly but funny.

Smiling Face With Sunglasses

Smiling Face With Sunglasses is used to show coolness. It’s sometimes used tongue-in-cheek or can mean “deal with it”.

Flushed Face

Flushed Face shows embarrassment for an awkward situation or mistake. It is frequently used self-deprecatingly as a response to compliments.

Face Savoring Delicious Food

Face Savoring Delicious Food can be used in anticipation for, during, or after a tasty meal.

Nerd Face

Nerd Face shows intelligence or passion for a particular subject. It’s often used ironically.

Smirking Face With Starry Eyes

Smirking Face With Starry Eyes means you’re excited or starstruck, like when you’re anticipating meeting someone or doing something.

Face With Party Blower And Party Hat

Face With Party Blower And Party Hat is used when celebrating an event. It’s best used when it’s a friend’s birthday.

2. Flirty Face Emojis

Smirking Face

Smirking Face has strong sexual connotations. It normally accompanies sexual innuendos or suggestions.

Winking Face

Winking Face shows that the message was sent with humorous intent. Any message that accompanies a Winking Face should not be taken too seriously.

Similar to Smirking FaceWinking Face often accompanies suggestive messages.

Stuck-Out Tongue Faces

Face With Stuck-Out TongueFace With Stuck-Out Tongue And Winking Eye, and Face With Stuck-Out Tongue And Tightly-Closed Eyes are used interchangeably with Winking Face to show humor.

Relieved Face

Relieved Face is, as the name suggests, meant to indicate relief. However, it is mostly used to show contentment.

It can also, in response to a suggestive emoji, demonstrate aloofness or innocence.

Smiling Face With Halo

Smiling Face With Halo shows innocence. It can be used seriously or humorously. For example, this emoji would be appropriate when messaging your friends on a Friday to explain that you are staying at home for the night.

Devil Faces

Smiling Face With Horns and Imp can be used interchangeably to show naughtiness or mischievousness.

Because one is smiling and the other frowning, they show subtly different things. Smiling Face With Horns more frequently accompanies minor mischief or suggestive messages while Imp implies more malice.

Kissing Faces

Kissing FaceFace Throwing A KissKissing Face With Smiling Eyes, and Kissing Face With Closed Eyes are all used to show romance or affection. Face Throwing A Kiss is typically more romantic due to the small red heart.

The other three can also be used to show innocent whistling.

Smiling Face With Heart-Shaped Eyes

Smiling Face With Heart-Shaped Eyes shows love, adoration, or gratitude. It can be used towards a person, place, or thing.

Hugging Face

Hugging Face means you’re sending the recipient a virtual embrace.

3. Negative Face Emojis

Blank Faces

Neutral Face and Expressionless Face show a deliberate lack of emotion. They may be used to show that someone is unimpressed, indifferent, or awkward.

Unamused Face

Unamused Face expresses dissatisfaction or suspicion. This emoji doesn’t show true anger or sadness, but rather a subtly negative emotion. For example, if you are unhappy or dubious of someone’s excuse for why they are late, you could send this emoji.

Face With Cold Sweat

Face With Cold Sweat shows stress or hard work. It typically refers to a specific situation. Messaging a loved one to explain that you must stay late at the office would warrant this emoji.

Sad Faces

Pensive Face and Disappointed Face are the two main sad face emoji. Both convey a sense of sadness, remorse, regret, disappointment, or any similarly negative emotion.

Pleading Face

Pleading Face shows you’re asking for a favor. It’s the “puppy dog eyes” look, and is rarely used in serious situations.

Disappointed But Relieved Face

Disappointed But Relieved Face is generally used to show fear or hurt.

Crying Face

Crying Face is similar to Pensive Face and Disappointed Face. It shows a stronger sense of hurt than general sadness.

Loudly Crying Face

Loudly Crying Face is a stronger version of Crying Face. It shows hurt, pain, and upset. Unlike the other sad faces, it is often used ironically.

Worried Face

Worried Face shows shock, horror, disgust, and fear.

Grimacing Face

Grimacing Face similarly shows worry, embarrassment, or awkwardness. Use it if you’re apprehensive about a message.

Face With A Raised Eyebrow

Face With A Raised Eyebrow shows skepticism or disapproval—perfect for if you don’t believe someone’s excuse.

Face With Monocle

Face With Monocle also expresses doubt, as if you’re scrutinizing a message.

Lying Face

Lying Face depicts a nose growing, just like Pinocchio. Use sparingly if you think someone isn’t telling the truth.

Face Without Mouth

Face Without Mouth shows you’re speechless. It can be used ironically, but often means you don’t know what to say during an awkward conversation or dare not speak your mind when embarrassed or angry.

Zipper-Mouth Face

Zipper-Mouth Face could mean you can’t convey the right words right now. However, it’s more frequently used to show you can keep a secret.

Face With Exploding Head

Face With Exploding Head shows shock, telling the recipient that you’re blown away. It’s normally used in awe of something.

Face With Symbols Over the Mouth

Face With Symbols Over The Mouth naturally replaces a curse word. Use this to express annoyance or anger.

Tired Faces

Weary Face and Tired Face both show tiredness; however, they are often used to represent world-weariness and stress, as if you’re at the end of your tether.

Sleepy Face

Sleepy Face seldom represents tiredness. Instead, it shows that the sender is sick or unwell.

Sleeping Face

Sleeping Face is used instead of Sleepy Face to show drowsiness. It’s difficult to send a message when actually asleep.

Confused Faces

Confused Face and Confounded Face are used interchangeably to show confusion. Confused Face is also used to show awkwardness or an apology. If someone has to cancel plans, for instance, they could include this emoji.

Face With Look of Triumph

Face With Look Of Triumph is one of the most misused emoji. It’s commonly used to show anger or frustration rather than triumph—often ironically.

Angry Faces

Angry Face and Pouting Face both show anger, with the red Pouting Face the stronger of the two. Unlike Face With Look Of Triumph, they are seldom used humorously.

Persevering Face

Persevering Face shows you’re struggling with a situation, but carrying on through your frustration.

Shocked Faces

Frowning Face With Open Mouth and Anguished Face show shock, horror, and disappointment. They are often used as a lesser version of Pensive Face or Disappointed Face.

Scared Faces

Fearful FaceFace With Open Mouth And Cold Sweat, and Face Screaming In Fear all show varying levels of fear, ranging from slightly scared with Face With Open Mouth And Cold Sweat to outright terror with Face Screaming In Fear. They can all be used ironically.

4. Other Face Emojis

The Monkeys

See-No-Evil MonkeyHear-No-Evil Monkey, and Speak-No-Evil Monkey are used to show shock and embarrassment, mostly in a cheeky manner. Which specific monkey is used depends on the contents of the message.

Pile Of Poo

Pile Of Poo is almost always used humorously. It can replace a swear word or criticize a person or message.

5. Hand Symbol Emojis

Thumbs Up Sign

Thumbs Up Sign shows acceptance or agreement.

Thumbs Down Sign

Thumbs Down Sign shows rejection, dislike, or disagreement.

OK Hand Sign

OK Hand Sign shows acceptance, satisfaction, or that everything is OK. It can also be used to show that something is tiny or small.

Victory Hand

Victory Hand is more often used to represent the similar peace symbol. It shows coolness, relaxation, or satisfaction.

Person Raising Both Hands In Celebration

Person Raising Both Hands In Celebration, more commonly referred to as Praise Hands, is used to show support or appreciation.

Open Hands

Open Hands conveys openness and friendliness. It can also mean you’re sending a hug, similar to Hugging Face.

Person With Folded Hands

Person With Folded Hands, while not meant to be explicitly religious, is used to say thank you, or to show prayer or pleading. You could use it when asking for a favor.

Call Me Hand

Call Me Hand, despite its name, can have numerous meanings depending on context. It’s similar to a traditional telephone handset, so can indicate you want to talk to someone over the phone. Pilots also use it to wish each other good luck. And in Hawaiian culture, it’s known as the “Shaka” sign, meaning “hang loose”—an affectionate gesture indicating solidarity.

6. Heart Emojis

Red Heart

Red Heart is the classic love heart emoticon, expressing fondness, friendship, or romance.

Colored Hearts

Purple HeartYellow HeartGreen Heart, and Blue Heart are all similar to Red Heart; however, the target of their affection is normally related to the color of the heart. For example, Blue Heart is often used with sports teams who wear blue jerseys. Similarly, the Yellow Heart is associated with the sun and summer.

Broken Heart

Broken Heart is the ultimate expression of sadness. It can also be used ironically.

Emojis are forever evolving as a tool for communication and their meanings are still fluid. So, you should think carefully before using emojis in certain circumstances.

Source: https://www.makeuseof.com/tag/11-hilarious-instagram-accounts-you-need-to-follow-right-now/

Written and compiled by @2013happyy for @englishtipsforyou  on Wednesday, 11 September 2019

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#EngPic: Indonesian Events in England

Hi fellas :) I hope you had a good Saturday so far :D

Did you know that outside of Indonesia there are Indonesian cultural events going on?

And in England, it is no exception :D Here are some #EngPic that admin would like to share how our culture are shown in the English land :)

First up, guess who was in Trafalgar Square :D This square is a very iconic landmark in London, England

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Year 2014 is the first time Indonesia get to share their culture in Trafalgar Square. Many countries have done the same, even yearly!

Trafalgar Square is dedicated to the Battle of Trafalgar hence Nelson’s column is in the middle as he led the battle.

Which you can see it standing behind the stage. From here you can also see Big Ben. “Hello Indonesia” is the name of the event.

Beside performances, there were Indonesian food and crafts being sold by Indonesian representatives from Indonesia and England.

Representatives & workshops all shared our uniqueness on unity and diversity. It was a colourful day in Trafalgar Square :)

I think the highlight would be the crowd “dangdutan” in the ending in front of the famous National Gallery :D

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There are so many photos that could be shared but I think @londonfriend has the best photos for our #EngPic -> http://ow.ly/yhBme :D

Besides in Trafalgar Square, Nottingham University’s Indonesian Student Society held their yearly “Indofest” on site

While “Hello Indonesia” was by the Indonesian Embassy and Governmental institutes, “Indofest” was held by Indonesian students in UK

It has food and crafts being sold, performances, Indonesian games, sports, Batik workshop, and photo exhibition #EngPic

Surprisingly, as the #EngPic shows, not only kids get to play “balap karung”, the adults too :D

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There were a lot of stands and people, you also can see the smoke of the satay grilling from here :)

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See if you can guess what’s on the right pocket of the bag? :D I really miss it now :( it was sold for £1!

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To be honest, these kind of events are bringing home closer to those who are far and it promotes Indonesia more and more :)

Just like what this #EngPic says :) Photo by @yantiyanto

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And on that note, who wouldn’t resist a tipat cantok and cendol drink with ketan XD Photo by @yantiyanto

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So that’s it for our #EngPic today :) I really hope you enjoyed the session :D

Compiled and written by @daedonghae at @EnglishTips4u on June 21, 2014

Photo sources: @daedonghae and @yantiyanto

 

 

#EngPic: London Transport (2)

Those who have looked up or know about London, it has a real famous Routemaster’s Red Bus

Or known as the red double decker bus that has stairs on the back

The real Routemaster Red Bus has been discontinued since 10 years ago due to its engines

 

Routemaster bus on route 159 drives over Westminster Bridge in Londonhttp://www.doubledecker-bus.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/11/routemaster-2.jpg

 

Since then, the famous you-can-jump-in-from-the-back bus hardly seen on the roads of London

These ones existed instead, along the previous Routemaster ones if they are still around

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Yet, hope comes back when a new version and I guess much friendlier engines were produced

They look like this one, interesting isn’t it?

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Routemaster

 

In this new Routemaster bus we can go in through three doors, one on the front, the middle and the back as it has two sets of stairs

Unlike the ordinary ones it has only one sets of stairs and you can only come in through the front

Note: London never misses a person not paying their use of transport, you have to show a valid ticket to travel

But lately admin has been spotting this one, and look what it says :D

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Apparently it is to celebrate the Year of the Bus – 2014 :)

I hope you all have enjoyed the session!

 

Compiled and written by @daedonghae at @EnglishTips4u on May 24, 2014