We live in a time of cryptic texts, tweets, and posts, and it isn't always easy to decode the meaning behind someone's emoji.
Is the smiling poop the user's way of expressing happiness, or did they just let one go in public?
And what exactly does that dancing woman have to do with a bladder infection?
Luckily, 'The Emoji-to-English Dictionary' is here to eliminate all of that painful guesswork!
This unique guide will give readers the low-down on the most useful-and hilarious-emoji phrases around. Divided by topic, each chapter will translate 120 emoji combinations into plain ol' English, so that anyone can quickly understand the true meaning behind their friend's messages. Complete with 4-colour illustrations of each combination, 'The Emoji-to-English Dictionary' will provide readers the tools they need to truly master the world of emojis.
• The first of its kind, this book makes translating emojis a breeze with explanations for 120 hilarious phrases readers will want to use again and again
• Features 4-colour illustrations for each emoji combination, including party pooper, baby got back, and not great in bed
• "Emoji" receives 370,000 Google searches per month, and the library of emojis continues to grow as it becomes more and more popular
"Words are no longer important. It's all emojis. We never really have to speak again, unless... Well sometimes there's not an emoji for what you're really trying to say. So you've got to improvise or get creative. That's the brilliance behind The Emoji-To-English Dictionary." - BroBible
"It had to happen. Adams Media has come out with The Emoji-to-English Dictionary, which treats the world-changing topic with all the seriousness it deserves, like when it links the symbols of pizza, a restroom, a boy running and an explosion. What do they add up to? Food poisoning, of course." --SF Gate