Emojis Now Have Official Definitions

Dictionary.com has come through to deliver definitions for our favorite emojis. Honestly I never would have asked for any of this. Ever heard of hieroglyphics?? Cavemen created that language and they were complete door knobs. How? Because they're PICTURES! An emoji is just a modern day hyro, but whatever here are some of my favorites... 

Middle Finger

The middle finger emoji represents the physical act of raising one’s middle finger—considered an obscene gesture in many cultures—and is used for offensive or humorous effect.

I can get down with this definition. I probably receive this one the most from my 12 year old brother Luke.


The eggplant emoji depicts a long, purple eggplant, and it is commonly used to represent the penis.

Someone look up what Dictionary.com defines the word 'commonly as'. If commonly is defined as "all the freakin time", then yea the eggplant is commonly used to represent the pipe.

Alright this one is going to be interesting.. 

Three drops of water

In sexual contexts, the sweat dropletsemoji is used to depict sexual fluids. Sometimes, this emoji also represents actual sweat or water and is completely unrelated to sex.

I didn't think they'd do it but they did!! I really am not dissappointed by that at all


When not alluding to the literal animal, the goat emoji stands for GOAT, an acronym meaning Greatest of All Time. It is generally used in reference to highly skilled individuals, such as award-winning musicians or talented athletes, in order to praise them as being the all-time best in their chosen field.


The alien emoji is used to suggest that something is out of this world, whether representing actual extraterrestrial life or, more often, describing weird, strange, or far-out behavior.

HAHAHAHA WRONG. I type that when I need some Alien OG, ya diigggg.

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