Are you one of those who use WhatsApp often? Well, then you can't miss knowing what each of the emojis with which you adorn your conversations means, especially the one with the face upside down or also called 'head' that you have surely used more than once. What does it mean? Did they ever send it to you? Here we tell you. We remind you that anyone, just by having a cell phone number or having scanned your QR code, can join this messaging service for free. You will also be able to send all kinds of text as well as audio, video, photos, GIF files, and a variety of animated stickers, now that they are so fashionable and to which sounds have been incorporated. Take note.
But many also like to send emojis through WhatsApp, between the faces to various objects. Currently, there are more than 500 types of icons with which you can decorate your conversations and thus better express the feeling you want since, to a large extent, this is not shown in the sentences you write. Among the objects, faces, animals, sports, professions, flags, etc.
Although this 2021 there will be no emojis, according to Emojipedia, due to pandemic issues, each year a hundred emoticons are added from the most creative to those that need a certain interpretation or deeper explanation, such as the case of which we will comment continuation.
In recent days it has become popular worldwide the emoji of WhatsApp from the face to the reverse or 'head'. Have you noticed why it is like this and what do you want to transmit if you send it to your family member, partner, contact, or any friend in the quick messaging app? Here we tell you a little more about it.
For this, it is necessary to resort to one of the main emoji websites called Emojipedia. There you will be able to know the meaning of all the emoticons that are in WhatsApp, even those that are only simple black dots.
The referred emoji or icon is known as 'upside down', 'upside down' or in English Upside-Down Face and, according to the Emojipedia page, it is commonly used in the app to convey irony, sarcasm, joke, or a sense of foolishness. Your intention may be similar to that of a person who is bewildered. Did you know?
This emoji even existed for a long time, even from the classic Messenger, and it was used as a text message on basic cell phones as follows: ¯ \ _ (ツ) _ / ¯.
As a curious fact, Microsoft's design previously featured a full-toothed smile, but it was replaced by one with a bombastic happy expression, although this can still be seen on some computers with Windows 7 or earlier operating systems.
Upside-Down Face was approved as part of Unicode 8.0 in 2015 and added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.