🌯 - burrito emoji

or burrito emoji

[buh-ree-toh ih-moh-jee]

What does 🌯 mean?  

Mmmmmm. The burrito emoji depicts a rolled up tortilla, with different platforms showing ingredients like beans and cheese poking out. (You can even discern the cilantro in Apple's version, which looks darn delicious.) In many versions, it's wrapped in foil–"Mission" style, named for the Mission District of San Francisco–which, if you ask us, is hands-down the best way to eat a burrito.

As you might imagine, the burrito emoji is mostly used in posts about food. Mostly.

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Examples of 🌯 - burrito emoji

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Examples of 🌯 - burrito emoji
This burrito is put together like a sushi roll 🌯
@thisisinsider, November 2018
DID SOMEONE SAY LET'S GRAB LUNCH?!? 😮🤩 #BurritoMe 🌯
@AustinsBurritos, November 2018
T. G. I. F. 🍹🌯🍕
@De_Lordess, November 2018
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Where does 🌯 - burrito emoji come from?

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Did you know the word “burrito” translates to “little donkey?” It may be because a burrito faintly resembles bed rolls that donkeys sometimes carry. Though the burrito first appeared in Mexico, by most accounts, sometime in the mid-1800s, the Mesoamerican peoples of Mexico used corn tortillas in 10,000 B.C. to wrap food.

In Mexico, the tortillas generally convey bean and meat, and little else, but in the U.S., you might find lettuce, diced tomatoes, guacamole, sour cream, rice, cheese and a number of other items, just to ensure your post-burrito-eating experience makes you feel as full and uncomfortable as possible. In a good way.

The burrito emoji kept food good company when it was approved as part of Unicode 8.0 in 2015: it made its debut with the taco, hot dog, popcorn and cheese wedge.

The burrito was added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.

Who uses 🌯 - burrito emoji ?

Who doesn’t love Mexican food? We needed the burrito emoji almost as much as we occasionally need the real-life, three-pound, perfectly mobile culinary delight.

Of course, the burrito emoji is used in posts related to all kinds of Mexican food and culture. In texting, it’s occasionally used as a sexual reference, giving the eggplant some time off as a stand-in for a penis. You didn’t know that, right? We didn’t think so.

If you’re hungry, you might want to click off this page before scrolling down.

 

It can be used in posts about things that are definitely not burritos, but that are rolled up:

The emoji can also stand-in for shawarma. What’s the difference, really? Both feature delicious food stuffed into a rolled bit of dough. Though the stuffed flatbread 🥙 emoji probably makes a better stand-in for shawarma.

And the emoji appears regularly in posts about things that are both rolled up and cute… really cute.

 

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