You can create your OWN emoji as Google reveals hilarious new options


GOOGLE is expanding its special emoji creation tool so users have even more wacky choices.

The company’s Emoji Kitchen allows people to combine popular emoji and create something completely new as a sticker.


So many options to choose from

There are now over 40,000 possible combinations to make, with 400 normal emoji supported.

It’s all part of Google’s Gboard, which anyone can download for free.

So you can add a hat emoji with a monkey, or teary eyes to a heart.

But now Google is apparently looking to go even further.

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Emojipedia noticed that the tool has added four new options.

These are paw prints, cherries, a atermelon and a rock.

So now you could add paw prints onto a happy emoji face for example.

You could even add a cherry on top of the poo emoji.

The latest batch isn’t available for everyone just yet though.

They’re only for anyone with the Gboard Android beta test at the moment.

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But to create a combo with any other emoji currently available you can now, and it’s very simple.

Just put a wand or sparkle emoji followed by your desired emoji, and a list of special creations will come up.

Add a hat to any smiley emoji


Add a hat to any smiley emoji
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