THERE is an emoji for every single facial expression that you can think of – happiness, sadness, disgust, overwhelming, excitement, feeling hot and also feeling cold.
Here we tell you all you need the know about the blue face, or some call it the cold face, emoji.
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What is the blue face emoji?
The blue face emoji shows a grimacing smile on a blue face that is covered with icicles indicating that the emoji is frozen and feeling cold.
It can show that a person is feeling very cold and they want to emphasise that.
In the UK, some might have to use that emoji way too often as temperatures start to decrease drastically.
However, cold doesn’t always relate to dropping temperatures.
What does the blue face emoji mean?
Cold is used to refer to someone who is very mean and tends to scold people.
When someone says something offensive, this emoji can be used to represent how mean they are and have their feelings frozen because they don’t feel any remorse towards others.
On the other hand, it can mean that someone or something is cool.
When it comes to someone being cool, it might relate to the way they react to mean people.
It refers to the way that they stand up to bullies and what a good comeback they can make too which makes them cold but cool because it’s for good reasons.
When something is positively cold, it means that something looks really cool.
You might refer to sports cars, occasionally used to refer to how good a football kit looks and anything which you think looks very cool.
On social media, you might come across this emoji when a brand wants to emphasise how good their product looks.
It might also be used to praise someone’s skill and how good they are at what they do, such as sports.
Their skills are cold, meaning they are very good and their performances look very cool.
On another note though, this emoji might indicate that someone is frozen and stuck in a situation.
They are struggling to break the ice in social interaction, or maybe they are just frozen in one place and cannot move forward with a project.
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