this autumn will be a series of 117 new emojis released.
Among the new approved symbols, you soon can send to your friends or dress up your texts on the social media, everything from blueberries to men in a wedding dress and a gender-neutral version of santa claus.
The typing of Unicode, which is to select and publish new emojis for the different operating systems.
Now approved: 117 new emojis for 2020 #Emoji2020 https://t.co/SojQuXZvv6 pic.twitter.com/sHp7GDsSal— Emojipedia (@Emojipedia) January 29, 2020
the Particular one of the upcoming new emojis already get a day after the publication of much attention on Twitter: that looks like an Italian håndgestus.
Emojipedia describes the new hand-emoji the emoji that shows all the fingers and the thumb held against each other in a vertical direction, sometimes referred to as the Italian håndgestus 'ma che vuoi'.
Tweetet, where the Italian håndgestus was published by the Emojipedia, in a short time, been granted over 43,000 likes and more than 10,000 retweets.
New in Emoji 13.0: Pinched Fingers, with skin tone support #Emoji2020 https://t.co/nSYHGVUTJn pic.twitter.com/AFGuZf2azR— Emojipedia (@Emojipedia) January 29, 2020
Emoji one is already become an internet meme, who put up the already existing memes 'how italians...' which is always followed by a picture of the Italian håndgestus.
How italians paint pic.twitter.com/k6Tl6irvPd— samaa (@samaabdlkrem) November 16, 2018
'Italian, we won', is one of the many new tweets, this from the comedian Jaboukie Young-White.
italians we won https://t.co/7UblNBAM5I— giabuchi (@jaboukie) January 29, 2020
His postings have already 848.000 likes.
See some of the many tweets, which both pays tribute and makes fun of the Italian håndgestus-emojis, including:
I feel represented thank u https://t.co/Aan7Xc8oFL— june (@shoe0nhead) January 29, 2020
Huge day for us Italian-Americans. This will undo the Jersey Shore. https://t.co/W74hT2Zvct— Samantha Ruddy (@samlymatters) January 29, 2020
The entire Italian language https://t.co/8UPQWRdaAZ— Paolo Gregoletto (@TriviumPaolo) January 30, 2020
rdp italians dont even need two text words anymore https://t.co/PAEJ84sAJh— big nic energy (@nicdimitrakis) January 30, 2020
big things happening for my fellow italians https://t.co/dtIlGeKkQS— rae paoletta (@PAYOLETTER) January 29, 2020
If we flip it, it's the international symbol for a “pinch of salt” pic.twitter.com/SLvySM8sHI— Lance Ulanoff (@LanceUlanoff) January 29, 2020
Get ready for my most used emoji of 2020 pic.twitter.com/q8j9nOWOac— Alana Louise (@alanady) January 29, 2020
As an Italian I'm now wondering how could we live without this so far https://t.co/XLtoMcPqxM— Mario Fusco (@mariofusco) January 29, 2020