WhatsApp Not only is it adding a series of new elements to its platform, but it is preparing functions to be able to edit messages, send audio that is only heard once, and even more emojis, adding to the 720 that already exist.
Although each emoji has a different shape, each of them has a certain explanation, for example, each of the colored hearts do not mean the same thing. What about the eggplant? This controversial emoticon has caused a great debate in WhatsApp.
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That is why today we tell you what it means and for that we are going to emojipediathe website that is responsible for explaining each of the emoticons that are created year after year by Unicode.
What does the eggplant emoji mean in WhatsApp
- On Instagram and Facebook, the eggplant emoji is completely banned.
- However, in WhatsApp it is still used like any other emoticon.
- According to Emojipedia, the emoji is also known as “eggplant” in English.
- The eggplant is actually considered lucky in Japan to dream of it on the first night of the New Year.
- While others use it to express that it is the male intimate part, even the Emojipedia itself mentions it.
- On the other hand, it is also the classic fruit that can be used in juices or salads.
- Be that as it may, the eggplant emoji is not banned in WhatsApp and you can use it depending on the context in which your conversation revolves.
- The eggplant was approved as part of Unicode 6.0 in 2010 under the name “Aubergine” and was added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.