Emoticons are the new sensational language used at any social platform to express our mood and feelings. It is the best way to understand what the other person is presently thinking or trying to convey without any face to face conversation but wrong use of emoticon can completely change the meaning of your text.
1. Triumph Face
We generally misuse this emoticon to show our excess anger but this emoticon stands for triumph. Now you keep wondering why it looks the complete opposite.
2. Confused Face
This emoticon expresses confusion but is misused by people to show stress. We do it again and again completely ignorant that we are using the wrong emoticon for showing our tension.
3. Hushed Face
Surprising to know that this surprised face emoticon actually means quiet and serious. We use it show our awe when we come across anything awesome.
4. Dizzy Face
Have you ever used this emoticon to show astonished expression? If yes, then you were wrong. This emoticon’s real use is to show dizziness.
5. Snoring Face
Is this emoticon crying? We often misuse this for crying, but its actual meaning is sleeping. The water droplet is not a tear but a snot bubble. So, this emoticon is snoring!
6. Grimacing Face
This emoticon is most commonly misused as grinning emoticon but its actual meaning is grimacing. To grin means to smile broadly while to grimace means to express disgust. Quite contrast!
7. Hugging Face
This is the most misused emoticon as we all use it to express happiness and joy but the real meaning is quite interesting. This emoticon is stretching out its hands to give you a hug. Use it wisely next time.
8. Savouring Face
Is this a teasing face? Yes, we all think and misuse this emoticon for the same but actually it is a face showing the food was delicious. It's right usage would be to praise someone for the food or to say thanks for a treat.
9. Bored Face
We misuse this emoticon when we want to show that we are speechless. However, the real meaning is the expression of being bored or annoyed by the conversation. Okay, better luck next time.
10. Joy Tears Face
This most commonly used emoticon can completely change the meaning if misused. It means tears of joy but is used as tears of sorrow by most of us. Use it to express happiness, not sorrow!
11. Pensive Face
This face seems to be depressed or sad, but actually it is taking time to think. It is called the pensive face and reflects serious or deep thoughts. Hope you are in a pensive mood now.
These are the most commonly misused emoticons which were decoded by Feeding Trends. Do let us know if you know more in the comment section. We are keen to extending the list!