Among contemporary fashionable youths, nine out of ten are using Xiao Wu's "I can't laugh", and nine out of ten men have "Who can introduce me to a rich woman, I don't want to work hard" emoticons, correspondingly, ten women Of the eight middle-aged women who seem to be wealthy are "scratching their heads and making poses", while saying "I heard that there are young men who don't want to work hard?" emoticons. Contemporary young people seem to be unable to chat without sending memes. Punctuation can be omitted, but there must be an emoji. At that time, on the land of China, the most beautiful gai on every street were using emoji, and their strength interprets what is called the era of emoji for all people. "Rage Comics" uses a "funny" way to ferment a comic form called "RageComic" in American communities such as Reddit and 4chan.
The "RageComic" that has traveled across the ocean has turned into a "Rage Comic". "Yao Ming's bitter smile" has spread to all corners telemarketing list of the Internet. For the first time, the people of China know what emoticons are. Since then, emoticons have gradually occupied the minds of users. With the advent of the era of image-reading social networking, emoticons have transformed into a kind of online social currency At that time, the emoji industry was not yet developed, but with the powerful WeChat scene and Weibo online scene, it only took a big V to help forward it once, and netizens could never forget the face of the emoji. "I want to drink milk tea, no, you don't want", which represents the true inner voice of the contemporary exquisite "pig girls", has swept through various social software under the "her economy", such as Xiaohongshu and other social e-commerce .
Later, Internet celebrities also joined the fierce battle of emojis. Emoji Pack 1.0 Era: Content Drives Users; Emoji 2.0 era: user-driven culture; The Emoji Pack 3.0 Era: Culture Drives Technology. The goal of the Emoji Pack 2.0 era is directly aimed at young people who are better at chatting on the Internet. Cleaning up the stock of emoji packs is the daily routine of contemporary young people. At this time, emoji packs have turned into social currency. The wind of expression packs has swept across a vast area. Whether it is in the second dimension, rice circles, variety shows, film and television, social news, as long as there is a hot spot in any field, and there is no matching expression pack, it cannot be called a hot spot that keeps pace with the times. Small emoji symbols are reshaping the power of Internet culture.