What does the aubergine emoji mean? | The Sun

WITH hundreds of different emojis to choose from, it’s hard to know what they actually mean.

Here's the lowdown on the aubergine emoji.

What does the aubergine emoji mean?

The aubergine emoji is a realistic cartoon of the long, purple veg with a green stem.

Although it is probably used when talking about the actual vegetable, the emoji has been infamously repurposed by the internet and is now known to represent the male genitals.

It is one of the most popular emojis used for sexual innuendos, especially on dating apps and when sexting.

It was used as a reference to the penis on Twitter as early as 2011.

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In 2016, the emoji's widespread usage as a sexual innuendo led the American Dialect Society to vote it as the Most Notable Emoji of 2015.

Due to its phallic use, the emoji was once banned in 2015 on Instagram's search function.

However, it can also be used as an insult and as another way to say someone is useless.

What other names does the emoji have?

Aubergine is the French name for the delicious veg.

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In Australia and the US, an aubergine is called an eggplant.

Therefore the aubergine emoji is also known as the eggplant emoji.

But other names for the symbol are phallic and purple vegetable emoji.

What other emojis have a sexual meaning?

When it comes to emojis that have a sexual meaning, there are many.

The peach emoji is often used to represent a bum, while the sweat droplets are used to depict sexual fluids.

The Emojipedia team took a random sample of 100 tweets from their data set and found that 33% of tweets use the peach as a shorthand for butt and 27% of emoji usage has sexual connotations or includes suggestive imagery.

The banana and cucumber emojis have the same meaning as the aubergine emoji.

While the hot pepper emoji is used when you want to spice things up.

The bone emoji is often used to ask to hook up, and the cat emoji or cat face emoji is used to symbolize the female genitals.

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The smirk face emoji can be used to indicate that you mean something to be taken in a sexual context or are trying to flirt.

The drooling face emoji is often used to show someone that you are sexually attracted to them, and the smiling devil emoji is also used to reference sexual things.

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