New emoji for 2019 include wheelchairs, waffles and sloths

AN EMOJI depicting a "small penis" will be launched along with hundreds of new symbols coming to all phones this year.
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Some are wondering if it isn't just a 'drop of blood'.
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Some are wondering if it isn't just a 'drop of blood'.
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Some are wondering if it isn't just a 'drop of blood'.
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Icons showing hearing aids, wheelchairs, prosthetic limbs and guide dogs are also among the latest set of approved images from the Unicode Consortium, the body which maintains and regulates the library of characters
Manchester Evening
It was this big. Ahand gesture that suggests someone has a “tiny penis” is among 230 new emojis released for 2019 — delighting social media users who say it really fills a gap in the market. “Finally, an emoji to explain how small my ex used to be down there,” tweeted @fifthdumbledore after the...
New York Post
It's that time of year when the Unicode Consortium decides which new emoji you'll see, and this year's selection of 59 new base emoji (230 if you include all gender and skin variations) is both inclusive and eclectic. To start, Apple's accessibility...
Engadget.com
More than 50 new emojis will be made standard in 2019, based on a list from the Unicode Consortium. Many of the new emojis are tied together by the theme of inclusivity, introducing symbols for deaf people, blind people, and people in wheelchairs, While Unicode will make the new emojis official in March, it may be a while before they show up on your favorite device. More than 50 new emojis will become standard in 2019, based on the final list approved by the Unicode Consortium . Unicode is responsible for defining which emojis make onto all platforms, including iPhones, Android devices, and computers. Many of the new icons are tied together by the theme of inclusivity, introducing emojis for deaf people, blind people, people in
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