πŸ’ŒΒ - love letter emoji

or love letter emoji

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What doesΒ πŸ’ŒΒ mean?

The love letter emoji is one of many that use a traditional heart to convey the idea of love. On all platforms, the emoji is depicted with a simple envelope line drawing, the flap sealed with a pink or red heart sticker.

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It's used in all kinds of posts and messages about love and affection.

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Examples of πŸ’ŒΒ - love letter emoji

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Examples of πŸ’ŒΒ - love letter emoji
γ€ŒπŸ’Œ 21 sept, 92」 the light of my life was born
@martamuwi, September, 2018
Much better Karen, day by day πŸ’šπŸ’ŒπŸ’
@leonalombaerts,Β September, 2018
πŸ’Œ 11 months and first anniversary πŸŽ‰
@loodakr, September, 2018
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Where does πŸ’ŒΒ - love letter emoji come from?

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Is there anything more romantic than a declaration of love in written form? Sadly, love letters have fallen out of favor ….

Critics of texting and social media claim that even the act of writing a friendly letter has become a thing of the past, and that people are not learning to express themselves the way they used to.

Yes, you could write a love letter to someone by email, but chances are good it won’t have the same impact as a handwritten one, lovingly folded and put into an envelope, addressed by the besotted‘s writer’s hand. Finding a real love letter in one’s mailbox is a thing to be savored and remembered. Or … so we’ve heard. Nobody’s writing the dictionary these days.

Who wrote the first love letter, you ask? Chances are good the first declaration of love took its form in a gift of a dead animal or perhaps a cave drawing. That’s more romantic than email, too, we guess.

The love letter emoji though wasn’t first written until it was approved as part ofΒ Unicode 6.0Β in 2010 and added toΒ Emoji 1.0Β in 2015.

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Who uses πŸ’ŒΒ - love letter emoji ?

The love letter emoji is used to express general affection, friendly love, familial love, romantic love, “positive vibes,” and even hard crushes on pop idols, a very popular usage on Twitter in general.

You just can’t put rules on this kind of thing.

In these two posts, the emoji is used to express a love of letter-writing, which is a super “meta” use of the emoji.

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Rainy days for writing letters πŸ’Œ Today in my stories you can see some inspirational accounts. Sometimes I share people who makes beautiful things. I wished we all do this sometimes to help each other to find more feedback in Instagram and to see that people really like what we do 😌 . #stationery #stationeryaddict #template #sendmoremail #goodies #penpals #snailmail #sg_letter #letters_with_art #letters #happymail #warmlettersfromyou #snailmailrevival #snailmailrevolution #writemoreletters #Π±ΡƒΠΌΠ°ΠΆΠ½Ρ‹Π΅ΠΏΠΈΡΡŒΠΌΠ° #письмо #ΠΏΠΎΡ‡Ρ‚Π° #ΠΏΠΈΡˆΠΈΡ‚Π΅ΠΏΠΈΡΡŒΠΌΠ° #πŸ’Œ #mailart #stamps #postal #mail #envelope

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