July 13, 2015
With all of the emojis making up for text typing communications inability of conveying emotion and feeling, important conversation cues and clues, not to mention human interaction in general, the desire to put a face to a name is hotter than ever. Fuck putting a name to a face, that’s what Facebook is for. Additionally, as if we were no longer cutting conversation with other humans to a minimum, texting less and less grammatically correct sentences, until there are no sentences, yet somehow five identical sentence completing punctuations. Despite punctuations in all numbers and forms, sarcasm can rarely be identified, and thus feeling or emotion blurred allows for unnecessary human idiotic assumption and consequent quarrels. The emoticon. The emoji—six basic emotions covered plus more, I still find the need to combine numerous in attempt to convey my intangible insides. Perhaps the following descriptive faces can aid in the research necessary to create the next wave of emojis, because the allowance of race options doesn’t count as necessary nor forward thinking in my book.