IN DEFENSE OF EMOJIS
I like the little guys. 🏼 Emojis , AKA, emoticons. In part be-paws they bring out our inner 5 year old! Or in woofer age , our puppyhood. They make me happy and can best express an emotion over words, or add to your words. My little paws like to pick one for something words don’t paw-lways say. Ruff or ?
I am sad be-paws I heard someone outside my spy perch say something mean!
If you follow my blog, you know my Musicmama paw-lways says, leave somewhere better because you were there! Your paw prints on the earth leave a piece of you behind.
Although I know a few people who dislike intensely ( I don’t like to use the word hate in this or any case) the emojis for various, in my pup-inion, silly reasons… Like the written word in correct English is being destroyed and corrupted.
When has a little harmless image corrupted language? They are like hooman kindergarten figures to express an emotion, not the end of civilization. That is happening for other reasons! ❌🔚
When you write as much as I do daily, then tell me about why you may have these strong objections to something I see as innocuous (my new word today!). otherwise,
Please tell me if you see these emojis I am using for this post. Yes? Or no?
Maybe if you don’t see them, it makes a difference. Don’t most hoomans see them? Mama says not everyone can , you need to have the IPhone? We do. I guess these iPhone thingys are like a secret club?
So again in defence of Emojiis, I enjoy adding them to my paw writing as I can’t even draw/paw a proper stick figure. But would like to know if you don’t have an IPhone, are they coming through as intended? Or as a first grade teacher we know said about someone we know, re their handwriting : it looks like scribble scrabble! Or a garbeldy gook mess.
looked like when she was 6?
Mahahalo! And as always, Aloha! BREELOHA!
Rest In Peace Sweetheart. You are free! I bet heaven has some grrrr-eat images to paint! We miss you. Musicmama is proud and happy people can see your beautiful work even after you are gone.
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