Normally used in response to a subtweet or shade. It can be translated as “tag me in the tweet next time; it’s obvious this is about me.” Sometimes, it can be used jokingly, like when someone answers to a general complaint that applies to them, even though the complainer wasn’t thinking about anyone in particular.
“I hate LA drivers.”
“Fine, Jared, @ me next time.”
The clown face emoji. Added in Unicode 9.0.
A black Santa Clause emoji.
Ho ho ho ;) 🎅🏿
A crying emoticon with a squiggly mouth
How could this happen to me... ╥﹏╥
The Japanese word for shit, or poop.
You little unko!
Life With MaK is a teenage YouTuber who gained much notoriety online by releasing ASMR
Life With MaK is my idol, I'm not a pedophile tho
Polite Cat, also known as He Looks Very Polite, refers to a reaction image of a cat named Ollie looking at the camera with what has been described as a "polite" expression. The image is also associated with a series of photoshop exploitables featuring mock text message conversations between a landlord and a prospective renter. In the conversation, the landlord tells the renter that they do not allow pets. However, after the renter sends a picture of the pet, the landlord makes an exception, stating that the pet looks polite.
that polite cat looks very polite :)