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WhatsApp: What does the hole emoji mean?

Have you used the WhatsApp hole emoji? Here we tell you its meaning and the different situations in which you can use it.

The arrival of emojis in the digital world have made it easier for users to express their feelings in conversations on WhatsApp and other platforms. They are generally divided into six categories including yellow faces, food, animals, weather, numbers and symbols.

Currently, it is very common to replace words or phrases with an emoji that expresses exactly what is meant. WhatsApp has made its catalog of emojis available to everyone, which makes its real meaning clear, be it happiness, sadness, sleep, anger, disappointment, among others, but there are some more whose interpretation is subject to different cultural contexts. depending on the environment of the person using them.

Today we will discuss about the WhatsApp hole emoji, which we can see as a round black hole (which is supposed to be extremely deep) on a surface (which we cannot see). It looks like a maintenance hole without a cover. It can be used in different contexts such as traps, failures of any kind, and even unexpected problems. It is even normally used accompanied by a man emoji to denote a kind of short story of failure.

As young people say today: “I’m in the hole”, is another use that could be given to this emoticon, to denote that the person is going through a complicated situation and has no idea what to do.

This emoji was named “Hole” and was approved as part of Unicode 7.0 in 2014 and added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.

It is important to mention that, despite having the same Unicode encoding, each platform can vary the design of each emoji to adapt to its operating system or interface. On many occasions this generates a great difference in the interpretation of the same symbol.

Liam James

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