WhatsApp: what does the emoji of the face with the tongue out mean

WhatsApp It continues to be one of the leading applications not only in terms of the number of times it has been downloaded, but also the multiple updates it has received. In them, it has added a diversity of functions such as new ways of sending messages, audios, stickers and even emojis.

Currently there are about 720 emoticons with a different representation, although some can change color and others in size. One of them is the case of the emoji of the face with the tongue out in WhatsApp. Is it really an insult? Well, here we tell you.

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It should be noted that all emojis have an explanation and that is why we always resort to one of the pages that is responsible for giving meaning to everything and is called emojipedia. It details all the emoticons that have been added by Unicode over time.

What does the emoji of the face with the tongue out mean in WhatsApp

  • The emoji of the face with the tongue out has multiple interpretations in WhatsApp.
  • Everything will simply depend on how you interpret it and the context in which your conversation takes place.
  • In English this emoji is known as “Face with Tongue”
  • In some situations it can convey a sense of fun.
  • It also has to do with the emotion of some news or some nonsense that we have committed while chatting.
This is what the emoji of the face with the tongue sticks out looks like on WhatsApp and other platforms.  (Photo: Emojipedia)

This is what the emoji of the face with the tongue sticks out looks like on WhatsApp and other platforms. (Photo: Emojipedia)

  • Other meanings are those of foolishness, tenderness, happiness or jokes, as if to say! It’s a joke!
  • Even, in some parts of the world, the fact that it has its tongue out can mean or be interpreted in a suggestive way.
  • The tongue-out face emoji was approved as part of Unicode 6.1 in 2012 under the name “Tongue-out Face” and added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.

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