Crying Emoji

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According to a study by the resource Worldemojiday in the social network Facebook alone every day users insert in messages more than 900 million emoji and another 700 million are published in posts. Emoji have become more than just an element of personal emotional communication. Now they are starting to become a powerful SMM tool: according to numerous studies, posts with emoji get 10-20% more likes than without them.

The most popular are still the icons depicting human emotions, and in this article we will talk in detail about the crying emoji, of which there are several in the basic set, and not all of them denote grief and sadness.


sobbing emoji

There can be some problems with the eye tear emoji. Eye splashes combined with a smile mean “I’m laughing until I cry”, while streaming tears mean sobbing and generally bad emotions. Some versions of messengers portray these tears in much the same way, so it’s easy to make the mistake of reacting with tearful laughter to real grief. With all the consequences that come with it.


😢 Crying emoji

cry emoji

The crying face emoji is an emoji with a tear that cries out of grief. Denotes emotional states in which a person usually cries, but less intense in intensity compared to the sobbing emoji. Weeping emoticon – offended and saddened to tears, deeply sorry for someone else’s grief or annoyed by his failure, saddened so that he can no longer hold back his tears. The weeping emoticon was added to the Unicode 6.0 character set in 2010 and then in 2015 was included in the first Emoji 1.0 set.

Interestingly, not everyone associates this emoji with crying. Many use it as a symbol of fatigue or even a cold.

😭 Weeping Emoji

screaming emoji

A waterfall of tears indicates that the author of the message is suffering greatly. The symbol can be used to express sympathy or, in a humorous context, to enhance the emotional coloring of the allegorical meaning.

A sobbing face is an emoticon that has rivers of tears flowing from both eyes and a loud roar coming out of its widely open mouth.

The emoji sobs because of inconsolable grief or irreplaceable loss. It is used when offended or extremely upset by something meaningful and painful. A blubbering smiley means grief and sadness in its most vivid form.

The roaring emoticon was added to the Unicode 6.0 character set in 2010, and then was included in the Emoji 1.0 emoji set in 2015

😂 Laughing until tears

Laughing until tears

An extremely happy emoji from the crying category. He even burst into tears from the positive emotions overwhelming him. A face with tears of joy is the most frequently used emoji on all platforms. The face with tears of joy emoji is a smiley face with a wide open smile, raised eyebrows, and eyes squinting with laughter and tears of joy coming out of them. Means unrestrained and joyful laughter until tears. Used to indicate joy and merriment. Emoji face with tears of joy should not be confused with the sobbing emoji and smiley face rolling on the floor from laughter, which are used to indicate more intense emotions.

The face with tears of joy emoji was added to the Unicode 6.0 character set in 2010, and then in 2015 was included in the first Emoji 1.0 set.

🤣 Rolling on the floor with laughter

Rolling on the floor with laughter

This emoji is hilarious enough to even roll on the floor. It gives an open smile and tears of unrestrained hilarity. A variation of the LOL emoji, ROFL is a laughing face with tears in its eyes, turned slightly to the left. It means what its name says: rolling on the floor with laughter. You can use it to express that you’ve found something incredibly fun, with a stronger connotation than the original LOL smiley face with tears in its eyes.

Rolling on the Floor Laughing (ROFL emoji) is a symbol of overwhelming laughter at something extremely funny. Most often the emoji is used in the literal sense of uncontrollable, uncontrollable laughter caused by something imaginable – from an extremely funny joke or to someone’s funny behavior.

Emoji can also be used sarcastically when it comes to laughing at someone’s failure, an inappropriate look, and so on.

The symbol “Rolling on the floor with laughter” was approved as part of Unicode version 9.0 in 2016 and was added to Emoji version 3.0 in 2016.

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