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I always think this emoji is something else

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    I always thought it meant hope, dreaming or longing? It's an angel surely?

    I use it as sadness or when I'm feeling nostalgic.

    For example, remember when my name was green? :moon:


    (Original post by the bear)
    for me it is different:
    FFS, I cant unsee this now

    Damn you bear

    so you think there's only one eye? wut.

    (Original post by Fox Corner)
    I love the staring at the moon emoji :moon:

    But I always see it as a little crying yoshi with it's arm up

    Actually looking at it now I still don't really know what it's meant to be

    Is it the moon with a little wing and a halo?

    I see itttt.

    But its on the earth looking up so I just thought it was a black blobby angel thing
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