🛀 - person taking bath emoji

or person taking bath emoji

[pur-suhn tey-king bath ih-moh­-jee]

What does 🛀 mean?

Get your rubber ducky ready. It's bath time.


That's what 🛀, or person taking bath emoji, is all about: getting clean and relaxing. The emoji is also used for content related to bathing/bathrooms more generally.

Examples of 🛀 - person taking bath emoji


Examples of 🛀 - person taking bath emoji
Taking my bathroom designing very seriously... #Renovation 😂 🛀🚿
@nataliecbanks, April, 2019
#Messi calmly 🛀 converts from the penalty spot to give Barça a 2-1 lead!
@FCBarcelona, March, 2019
You really can’t beat a lovely bubble bath 🛀 after a long day. Only thing missing is a glass (or 3) of wine! 🍷 #bliss #bathtime
@Laura_StyleBuzz, February, 2019
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Where does 🛀 - person taking bath emoji come from?

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The person taking bath emoji shows a yellow person, apparently gender-neutral, taking a relaxing bath in a white tub with a shower head. It was approved by Unicode in 2010, though available from Apple in Japan in 2008.

Its appearance varies across platforms. On Apple, the person is wearing a shower cap. On Google, the person has suds from a bubble bath on their head. On WhatsApp, it’s a washcloth.

When the details of the person’s face are illustrated, they look to be in a state of relaxation, either smiling or with their eyes closed. And, like many emoji featuring humans, the person taking bath emoji is available from some platforms in a variety of skin tones in addition to its default yellow.

Screenshot from Emojipedia

Person taking both emoji made headlines—and turned heads—in February 2012 after the London Times published an article that made the claim that people were secretly using the emoji to represent a coffin. It was mocked online as out of touch, as there was never any substantial, widespread use of the emoji in this way.

Who uses 🛀 - person taking bath emoji?

The person taking bath emoji is used on social media to illustrate photos and posts about various forms of bathing or getting clean more generally.

Besides literal posts about baths (or showers), the person taking bath emoji is also used for content concerning relaxation, calm, and self-care. Treat yo’self!

The person taking bath emoji is very similar in appearance and use to the bathtub emoji (🛁). The main difference is, well, that person taking bath has a person in it.

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