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  • #6428
    MadamMadam
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    Or here for eggplant and peaches!

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    #6456
    AvatarSnappy
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    How do you do eggplant emoji?

    Currently holding the golden ball of Goldy

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    #6468
    Hat_TrickHat_Trick
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    How do you do eggplant emoji?

    Ask mouldy

    Dr Bob's no. 1 fan

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    #6505
    MadamMadam
    Keymaster

    How do you do eggplant emoji?

    link here https://emojis.wiki/eggplant/

    #7872
    iRON MiCKiRON MiCK
    Participant

    🍆. . 🇦🇺

    NAGA

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    #10247
    MadamMadam
    Keymaster

    Using Emoji on Mobile

    iOS (iPhones, iPads, etc. running iOS 5 and higher)
    Follow these instructions to turn the Emoji keyboard on (as of iOS 8 it is enabled by default):

    Go into the Settings app
    Select “General”
    Select “Keyboards”
    Tap the Keyboard button, then “Add New Keyboard”
    Scroll down and select “Emoji”
    After you’ve done this, you will now see a small “smiley face” icon to the left of the space bar when typing. (If you have multiple keyboards enabled, you may see a globe icon instead.) Tap on this to switch to the Emoji keyboard.

    Android
    There is a smiley face button in the lower right corner of the keyboard. Tap this to access emoji.

    In some apps, you may need to tap and hold the Enter button for the smiley face button to appear.

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    Using Emoji on Desktops
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    Windows 10
    In Desktop mode, right-click the Taskbar
    Click to check the option that says “Show touch keyboard button”
    A new icon will appear in the taskbar (lower right hand corner of the screen near the time) that looks like a keyboard. Click the keyboard icon to open the onscreen keyboard, you can then click the smiley face to open the emojis.

    Windows 8
    To access emoji in Windows, you have to perform a one-time setup first.

    In Desktop mode, right-click the Taskbar
    Select “Toolbars”
    Select “Touch Keyboard”
    A new icon will appear in the System Tray (lower right corner of your screen) that looks like a keyboard.

    After that, when you want to type an emoji, just click on that icon and an onscreen keyboard will appear. Click the smiley face next to the space bar, and the alphanumeric keyboard will change to an emoji keyboard.

    Mac OS X (10.7 or higher)
    Click the Edit menu
    Select “Special Characters”
    A small popup keyboard will appear allowing access to emoji and many other special characters.
    You can also access this popup by pressing ⌘-control-space.

    #10486
    AvatarBennyLefty
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    🍆 Just thought I’d throw one out there

    #10487
    MadamMadam
    Keymaster

    O

    🍆 Just thought I’d throw one out there

    Hey keeps that in your pants!

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