Where does come from?
The classic lollipop is a simple and straightforward way to imply sweetness, whether on the taste buds or in mood or tone. For people involved in making candy or baking desserts, the lollipop emoji fits the bill because it’s instantly recognizable, it’s colorful and eye catching, and it conveys childhood and nostalgia, memories and “sweetness” of all kinds.
Another word for a lollipop is a sucker due to the way we enjoy the sugary treat. So … it may not be a surprise to know that the emoji is also used to convey a sexual message, perhaps evoking oral sex or a flirtation that involves role playing …
🎶I’m not that innocent🎶
So for all your sexting needs, luckily the lollipop emoji was approved as part of Unicode 6.0 in 2010 and added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.
Who uses ?
The lollipop emoji is used by those with a sweet tooth, filling various social-media feeds with mouth watering pictures of desserts and candy of all kind.
It’s also used to convey the idea of something that is good and positive, or exciting and excellent.
It definitely leads a double life though. In a sexy, flirtatious post, it can imply an interest in oral sex. It can imply a child-like naivety, combined with an overt sexuality. Using the emoji with others that are representational of sexual messaging—like the eggplant, cucumber, bagel, or doughnut—maybe that’s just what you’re looking for …
Sweetest of them all 🎉🍭 pic.twitter.com/xtOBYhlXRe
— nov 26 🎉 (@_brittneyjolett) November 26, 2018
I’ve been praying for you, you’re my Sunday candy 🍭 pic.twitter.com/HcamiMx3h6
— anikka (@aokkamae) November 26, 2018
— Nancy (@LAwmn99) November 26, 2018