A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from February 27, 2021
“Words cannot express how much I hate emojis”

Emojis are “picture words.”

“Words do not describe how much I hate emojis” was posted on Twitter by Jack on March 7, 2014. “Words cannot express how much I hate emojis. They are SO UGLY.” was posted on Twitter by Maki on April 14, 2014. “Words can not describe how much I hate emojis, which is weird when you think about it” was posted on Twitter by Eggy on October 6, 2014.

“I wonder if there’s an emoji to express how much i hate emojis” was posted on Reddit—Showerthoughts on May 10, 2016. “Words cannot express how much I hate emojis” was posted on Reddit—Oneliners on February 28, 2021.


Wikipedia: Emoji
Emoji (Japanese: 絵文字, lit. ‘picture word’; English: /ɪˈmoʊdʒiː/ ih-MOH-jee; Japanese: [emodʑi]; singular emoji, plural emoji or emojis) are ideograms and smileys used in electronic messages and web pages. Some examples of emoji are 😃, 🧘🏻‍♂️, 🌍, 🍞, 🚗, 📞, 🎉, ♥️, 🍆, and 🏁. Emoji exist in various genres, including facial expressions, common objects, places and types of weather, and animals. They are much like emoticons, but emoji are pictures rather than typographic approximations; the term “emoji” in the strict sense refers to such pictures which can be represented as encoded characters, but it is sometimes applied to messaging stickers by extension. Originally meaning pictograph, the word emoji comes from Japanese e (絵, “picture") + moji (文字, “character"); the resemblance to the English words emotion and emoticon is purely coincidental.

Twitter
Jack
@_Wxlsh
Words do not describe how much I hate emojis.
12:49 PM · Mar 7, 2014·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Maki
@makidocious
Words cannot express how much I hate emojis. They are SO UGLY.
9:34 AM · Apr 24, 2014·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Eggy
@eggycrunchybob
Words can not describe how much I hate emojis, which is weird when you think about it.
9:50 PM · Oct 6, 2014·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Chrisna+
@chrisna
Words can’t explain how much I hate emojis.
5:14 PM · Dec 8, 2014·TweetDeck

Twitter
Ville
@Afrosarious
i cant explain with words how much i hate emojis
9:22 AM · Feb 22, 2015·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Will A. McConnell
@w_mcc
Words can’t express how much I hate #emojis (this being #WorldEmojiDay) however, if I had some type of tiny icon to use..
3:28 PM · Jul 17, 2015·Twitter Web Client

Reddit—Showerthoughts
Posted by u/BelieveMore May 10, 2016
I wonder if there’s an emoji to express how much i hate emojis

Twitter
Sarah Barness
@TheBadness1
Words cannot express how much I hate emojis, which is why I have to use an emoji to express it—>: (
10:07 PM · Sep 3, 2018·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Rory Murphy
@MurphsPub
Replying to @andrea_mclean and @comicrelief
‘Words can’t describe how much I hate emojis “ (ed fringe fest)
10:01 AM · Feb 20, 2019·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Darren Evans
@_DarrenEvans_
Words cannot express how much I hate Emojis.
12:15 PM · Mar 12, 2019·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
lVlarlon
@ComradeMarlon
I can’t even put into words how much I hate emojis
10:22 PM · Oct 10, 2019·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Steve McQuaid
@coachedsteve
Replying to @DustyMiller_A13 @markstkhlm and 14 others
Words can’t express how much I hate Emojis.
3:07 PM · Oct 25, 2019·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Granite Man
@GraniteDhuine
I can’t put into words how much I hate emojis.
4:41 AM · Apr 22, 2020·Twitter for Android

Reddit—Oneliners
Posted by u/eisaletterandanumber February 28, 2021
Words cannot express how much I hate emojis

Posted by Barry Popik
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