Cringeworthy emojis that are considered middle-aged
Grimacing face: Of the top 10 emojis that Gen Z would not appreciate, the grimacing face comes in last place.
Alternate emojis: Instead, you can pick an emoji that shows a little more stake in the information presented.
Alternate text: Since the grimace can be read in many ways, and is largely not contributive to the conversation.
Lipstick kiss mark: A famous image printed across all sorts of signs, shirts, mugs, pillows.
Alternate emojis: The heart face emoji is popular among younger people because it’s not so rooted in a clichéd sexual.
Alternate text: Instead of risking being misunderstood through the many interpretations of what a kiss emoji could mean.
Clapping hands: Perhaps since this emoji could come off as a slow, sarcastic clap.
Alternate emojis: If you want to celebrate someone, go for a raising hands emoji, or even a champagne popping emoji.
Alternate text: Congratulating someone and explicitly detailing what you appreciate, or adding a complementary response.
Monkey covering eyes: While it may seem playful and sweet to use an emoji of a monkey covering its eyes.