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Ever since emoji took over a big part of our day-to-day communication, we’ve always struggled in putting it into correct use.

Don’t get me wrong — I absolutely love using emoji, and because so many people use it every day I don’t think it should be seen as anything less than a real language. I’ve reported on their quirky mistakes, coffee table books and easier ways to use them.

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But as with many new languages, there hasn’t been a proper etiquette installed yet — that’s why your parents might use

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