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23 New Ways To Use These Boring Old Emojis

03/24/2015 11:59 am ET

Emojis are more versatile than you think.

You probably have a number of go-to emojis for describing something that perhaps can't quite be put into a words. But those little icons can do more than just the obvious. You've got to think outside the box. Here are some alternate uses and meanings for emojis already on your phone.

  • 1 "I'm standing right behind you."
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  • 2 "I drank too much coffee today."
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  • 3 "Let's get lunch at Burger King."
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  • 4 "You have a piece of lint on you."
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  • 5 "It's time to pick up your weirdo twins from dance class."
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  • 6 "Your hair stylist left the scissors in."
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  • 7 "Hey, I just got your text message from the 1990s."
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  • 8 "Sorry about my Cheeto dust fingers."
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  • 9 "I'm deathly afraid of triangles."
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  • 10 "Wait, I just need to put my head on."
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  • 11 "The eggs you bought are expired."
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  • 12 "I would kiss you if you didn't have a human heart on your head."
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  • 13 "I keep all my pens under lock and key."
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  • 14 "Just taught the baby how to pour some out for his homies."
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  • 15 "I'm afraid the ninja stars are too close to your heart to operate."
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  • 16 "BRB, Have to get another hole drilled in my bowling ball."
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  • 17 "Your piano was destroyed, but I salvaged a piece of it."
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  • 18 "The leaves are regrowing their eyelashes."
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  • 19 "We're all out of sporks."
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  • 20 "You've been added to my rolodex of 'Creepy People.'"
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  • 21 "Do you know where the keys to these handcuffs are?"
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  • 22 "I bought a beatboxing monkey, just FYI."
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  • 23 "The more you know..."
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