What is devil emoji?

Emoji 😈
Name Devil
Unicode U+1F608
Meaning The devil emoji is often used to convey a playful or mischievous tone, and can represent someone who is being naughty or causing trouble. It can also be used to represent evil, the devil, or Satan.
Features The devil emoji features a face with a mischievous smile, two small horns, and pointed ears.
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What situaitions use it?
  • When teasing or joking around with friends or family
  • When talking about Halloween or spooky things
  • When describing someone who is acting mischievous or causing trouble
  • When talking about something that is considered "evil"
  • When expressing a devilish or naughty side of oneself
  • As with any emoji, it's important to use the devil emoji appropriately and in the right context. Using it in a serious or sensitive situation may be seen as inappropriate or disrespectful.
  • The devil emoji can also be seen as offensive or inappropriate in some cultures or religions, so it's important to be aware of cultural sensitivities when using it.
  • The shape of the emoji may look different depending on the platform or device.
History The 😈 Devil Emoji was added as part of Unicode 6.0 in 2010.
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