Today the planet celebrates all things emoji with World Emoji Day, which was founded way back in 2014. Its purpose? To celebrate those little picture things that say things words can’t. And screw Esperanto. This is the real universal language–and it’s only been around since 1995.
Let’s do some research:
- Six mind-blowing emoji facts.
- How should one celebrate World Emoji Day? Like this.
- Here’s the “ultimate list of emoji products.”
- Some people have really gone overboard with this.
- On any given day, emojis are used 60 million times on Facebook and 5 billion on Messenger.
- There’s even an anthem for the event.