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πŸ§› Vampire emoji

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What does πŸ§› Vampire emoji mean?

The Vampire emoji πŸ§›Β  depicts a classic vampire with fangs and a black cape with a high, red-lined collar.

Vampires are a very popular fantasy creature and the Vampire emoji πŸ§› is frequently used alongside mentions of them, especially around Halloween. The Vampire emoji πŸ§› is also used more generally for various spooky topics.

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Where does πŸ§› Vampire emoji come from?

The Vampire emoji πŸ§› was approved under Unicode 10.0 in 2017. On most major platforms, Vampire emoji πŸ§› displays as a gender-inclusive depiction of a classic vampire and has yellow skin and dark hair. The Vampire emoji πŸ§› can come in a variety of skin tones and has male and female options.

The Vampire emoji πŸ§› was originally proposed alongside a variety of other staple fantasy characters, including the zombie and werewolf. The proposal cited the vampire as the second most popular fantasy character after the fairy. The fairy and zombie are also now represented as emoji: Zombie 🧟 and Fairy 🧚.

The Vampire emoji πŸ§› sees frequent use referring to both vampires in general as well as specific vampire characters in popular culture, such as Dracula, Edward Cullen, the Count from Sesame Street, Count Chocula, and tons more. The emoji is also used in the context of shows about vampires, such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

Examples of πŸ§› Vampire emoji

This movie is a classic. It made me love vampires πŸ§› but only if they’re sexy
@karinawhite90, December 10, 2017
πŸŽƒ Confession: I love the Monster Mash. πŸ§›β€β™€οΈ πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ
@Erin_Christy, October 3, 2020

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Who uses πŸ§› Vampire emoji?

Many other scary emoji are often used alongside Vampire emoji πŸ§› such as the Bat πŸ¦‡ and Coffin ⚰️ emoji. These spooky emoji are also highly likely to appear alongside the Vampire emoji πŸ§›Β  during October for Halloween.

Besides referring to vampires and other fantasy creatures as well as evoking a spine-tingling atmosphere, the Vampire emoji πŸ§› is also sometimes used in bad vampire-related puns and jokes or to accuse someone of looking like a vampire.Β 

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