If you have an iPhone, chances are you've used an emoji or two. But are you using them correctly? Thanks to the sharp minds at Unicode, we have the official meanings behind some of the most commonly misinterpreted emojis:
1) The Folded Hands
If you've been using this much-debated icon to signify a high five, you're wrong. This is actually meant to be a person who is praying or bowing.
2) The Japanese Ogre
3) The 'Disappointed But Relieved' Face
9) The 'Shocked' Face
10) The Celebration Hands
See this and think, 'praise Jesus'? Womp, womp… It's actually just a regular person celebrating.
11) The Head Massage
If you've always wondered what's on this woman's head, that would be a set of hands. She's getting a massage — now leave her alone!
12) The 'Hushed' Face
This appears to be a shocked emoji, but it actually means 'hushed'. Use it next time you're in the library.
13) The 'Grinning Face' With Smiling Eyes
A very impatient child this is not. It's an extremely smiley, incredibly happy emoji.
14) The 'Kissy' Face
This face looks like it's whistling, but it's actually just another kissy face, one grade below the kissy face with a heart. It's basically perpetually on a first date.
15) The 'Savouring Delicious Food' Face
The emoji with its tongue hanging out is often used as a goofy or teasing emoji, but surprise! It simply means you are enjoying your food.
16) The Hot SpringsThis definitely looks like steam from a hot cup of tea or soup, but it actually means 'hot springs'.