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How To Speak Emoji Love

Who says romance is dead?

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  • Your introduction to the modern language of love - Emoji
  • Express your true feelings like never before
  • Featuring pick-up lines, first dates, romantic movies and more
  • Never have to use words, grammar or punctuation again!
  • Show them that your :heart: is in the right place
Telling someone how you really feel is hard, particularly when you're only using Whatsapp. Well now you can put aside the eloquent Shakespearean love sonnets, Emoji is the new language of love and you need to learn it fast before you're left behind. The ‘face with tears of joy’ symbol was named Word of the Year 2015 so you know we're not exaggerating.

This handbook contains emojis in various combinations for every single stage of your relationship – it covers everything from flirty pick-up lines and what not to say on a first date, to living together, choosing romantic movies and saying 'I love you'. Even if you don't want to use emojis yourself, this book is an invaluable means of decoding the messages of your loved-ones.

Here are some examples:

Let's hump?Let's hump? – Let's hump?

Friends with benefitsFriends with benefitsFriends with benefitsFriends with benefitsFriends with benefitsFriends with benefits – Friends with Benefits

You're a pain in the assYou're a pain in the assYou're a pain in the assYou're a pain in the ass – You're a pain in the ass

Signed, sealed, delivered I'm yours!Signed, sealed, delivered I'm yours!Signed, sealed, delivered I'm yours!Signed, sealed, delivered I'm yours! – Signed, sealed, delivered – I'm yours!

With words there's always a danger that someone will misinterpret your tone, emojis on the other hand – light-hearted and ripe with suggestive innuendos. So forget about words, grammar, punctuation and actual effort. From now on it's all winks and smiles, locks and keys, poops and aubergines.

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