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Feeling a little bit

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as I more than likely should know. At the finish of text messeras or on some threads on GNTbelow is frequently a tiny black filled in box instead of an emoji.I"m not on facebook but think this is wbelow they might have began. I use a blackberry phone for GN (as choose to press secrets on qwerty keyboard) which doesn"t have these signs I recognize where I am through or a
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I think - and also am most likely wrong bereason I"m sensibly new toall these points - that it is somepoint, often an emoji, sent out from a maker which is even more progressed technologically that the tool receiving it. I"m guessing this because my old phone picks them up, my brand-new one didn"t. The Apple keyboards have a function for tons of emojis, so could be these. Assume various other phone and tblet keyboards have actually their own version. Very prepared for the technologically intelligent to tell me I"m wrong.

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does everybody view a babsence box on the blood thcheck out or perform some watch an emoji. I had a message message from a friend this morning through one black box at the end of the message. Hers is a new phone. So is it my phone not recognising the emoji?I can not understand also the meaning on the blood thcheck out. Scuttles off for lie down




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Thank you all!So would I be appropriate in sayingIf a short articles has a GN emoji then my blackberry phone recognises it and mirrors it as eg Smiley challenge or wine and so on However if the emoji is from the senders very own emoji selection on their phone/ laptop/ Ipad then my Blackberry is not recognising it and also I get a babsence square instead. Are the adhering to

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. Recognisable to everyone on GN?obieone carry out you view the GN emojis ok?tanith & starbird thankyou for solving that for me
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If you want a GN biscuit just put square brackets round the word "biscuit!

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(seems to be a jammy dodger...)