Where does come from?
The pie emoji was approved as part of Unicode 10.0 in 2017 and added to Emoji 5.0 in 2017.
It’s questionable whether the emoji pie is sweet or savory as the images range from a slice that exposes a rich red, cherry filling to a slice of traditional pumpkin pie with a dollop of creamy whipped topping to showing none of the filling at all.
Who uses ?
The pie emoji is often used with other emoji that refer to food, and especially desserts, but it’s also paired with emoji that represent the fall season, since fall is a big time for pie.
Mmmm, delicious pumpkin pie… 🎃🥧 pic.twitter.com/IHQ0ytSxXf
— Survival City (@survivalcityapp) October 22, 2018
🍁🎃🥧👻🍂 halloween ready pic.twitter.com/uzfq8kPIcy
— ☕️🌚 (@kingiceghost) October 22, 2018
— Sgwd Gwladys (@GwladysSgwd) October 23, 2018
My 😋 tasty shepherds 🥧 the other night obviously made by me 😋😋😋😋 pic.twitter.com/YMeua7kneD
— sianne lawton (@sianne_lawton) October 21, 2018
Cake, pie; pie, cake. It’s all good!
We love the fundraiser idea—pie someone for a good cause!
Have you wanted to pie a Phi Mu? Well now is your chance!! Come to Riseman Plasa this Thursday! 🥧 all benefits going to CMNH!! pic.twitter.com/VBvXbAwdLQ
— Kent State Phi Mu (@KSUPhiMu) October 23, 2018