6 stupidest emoji that you definitely need to stop using

  • Today, July 17, is World Emoji Smileys Day
  • There are over 3,000 emoji on iOS and Android operating systems
  • Which are the dumbest, weirdest and you should definitely not use them?

We have selected the dumbest emoji in the Unicode database!

Color graphics of faces – emoji – first appeared in the Windows character set in 2010. Later, they were standardized by the generally accepted Unicode standard, which is extended annually by additional emoticons.

Emoji toilet

We certainly do not miss the essence and reason for the existence of this emoji, but why did it even occur to anyone? What is the purpose of the image of the toilet bowl in the pictorial communication – despite the fact that in the list of all emoji you will find next to the toilet also the “roll of toilet paper”. Did these emoji really arise in such a way that someone wanted to graphically express that they had just gone to perform the need ?!

Lighted cigarette

Smoking is a health-destroying habit that is ideal to never start with. But if you’ve fallen into the trap of the tobacco industry, you can at least be happy that there is an emoji for you. The smoking emoticon looks like a lighted cigarette and is repulsive at first glance. Not that we want to close our eyes to smoking – but is it really necessary for cigarettes to advertise and playful emoji?

Also read: Today is World Smileys Day. See what we use the most


Face tearful laughter

We have the first “facial” emoji. A smiley with tears in his eyes and a wide-open smile may express laughter to someone from a really good joke, but by general overuse (a big problem of some emoticons – editor’s note), this smiley has become a kind of insidious face with a malicious laugh. It is especially worrying in combination with other identical emoticons.


Another great example of how an innocent image becomes a truly unflattering symbol. You will find Emoji pills in the database next to the stethoscope, patch, injection needle or blood drop. It is so obvious that this is a medical topic and the pill should express any drug, medication in the list of emoticons. However, users abuse the image more to express hard drugs as such.

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Middle finger

Witnesses will certainly remember that the emoji of the raised middle finger has long been missing from the database. And well, that’s right. We absolutely do not understand why anyone would suggest such a vulgar smiley. Doesn’t it come to your mind that this smiley incites people to ugly thoughts? We all know what the gesture of a raised middle finger means.

In addition, in real cases of “internet violence”, a smiley does not fulfill its function – if you are arguing with someone on a social network, you are angry at it, you will definitely not look for a smiley in the database to add an angry comment, will you?

A pile

Does this need any comment at all? The emoticon depicting a pile of excrement with eyes and mouth is not only extremely disturbing, disgusting, but also overused and popular. After all, mugs, t-shirts and other merchandising are also sold with this emoticon. One question is enough for all this: for God’s sake why?


The most useless emoticon in the whole Unicode database photo: Emojipedia

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