July 17th is World Emoji Day! We love emoji and we've been celebrating with our favourites. But which one should you be using? Take our quick and easy quiz to find out...
What Emoji Should You Use To Celebrate World Emoji Day?
July 17th is World Emoji Day! We love emoji and we've been celebrating with our favourites. But which one should you be using? Take our quick and easy quiz to find out!
Cheesy Grin Emoji
You're pretty chill, you know today's not REALLY a big deal; so you'll just take the day with a big smile.
Kiss Mark Emoji
You know EXACTLY how to celebrate. Make out!
Confetti Ball Emoji
Woah, where'd all this confetti come from?? HAHA, LOOK! It fell from that big weird ball!! Let's party, wooh!
Party Popper Emoji
Woooooh! You know how to get this party going! Showering people in confetti with a loud bang is the ULTIMATE celebration tactic.
You're a traditionalist; a good celebration needs a good fireworks show! Just make sure you keep your animal emojis indoors.
Dancing Lady Emoji
Today is a day for MAXIMUM SASS. Assemble your squad, put your best red dress on and salsa away from all your responsibilities.
Hands Raised Emoji
This is your go-to pose for celebrating everything, so today it's especially relevant. Just make sure to give your arms a break once in a while!
You've been waiting YEARS for the opportunity to turn into a dragon, and today is the perfect opportunity. Happy World Emoji Day, you big beautiful scaly fire-breathing disaster.
Creepy Moon Emoji
This is basically your face all the time anyway, so why would it change today?
Christmas Tree Emoji
Okay! Not quite the right holiday, but you've never been one to do things by the book. Enjoy your festive cheer!
How do you like to party?
How do you use emoji?
As punctuation marks
As a second langauge
As an indicator of tone in my words
As a secret code
Best kind of party food?
Seriously, is today an important celebration?
Like, really, no.
EMOJI ARE IMPORTANT OKAY
What are we celebrating again?
What kind of emoji would you actually like to get from this?