Single men are more likely to use the kiss face and heart eyes, while women are more likely to use smiley faces and lips.(Surprisingly, the In other words, while singletons seem to love texting and using emojis, it's important to know how the person on the other end of the phone feels about it.
It's notoriously difficult to read tone in texts and emails, but emojis can bridge the gap.
"[Emoji users] want to give their texts more personality," says Fisher.
They could find only one clue: Hannah was what is known as an "emo".
Some describe it as a cult or a sect, but in reality the term — derived fromthe word "emotional" — encapsulates a trend that is becoming hugely popularamong Britain's schoolchildren.
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