New emoji causes Twitter storm as dirty minded people suggest it could be next filthy symbol

ANOTHER emoji is set to be released that pervy users have already ruined with their filthy minds.

Amongst the host of new emoji options on offer is a cartoonised version of a man, a woman, and a person kneeling down – which have sent social media crazy with users offering up lewd suggestions for what it can represent.


The emoji has already been ruined by randy social media users[/caption]

On Twitter, users made rude jokes about the kneeling position and the eggplant emoji.

One wrote: “Yeah nahhh this emoji gonna get abused with the eggplant.”

Another mused: “What other scenario is there for w kneeling emoji lol.”

A more forthright user wrote: “They also have man kneeling, but we know the dirty texts that will be utilizing these emoji.”

One sarcastic commenter added: “I’m sure everyone will use this emoji in pure and wholesome ways only.”

The hilarious comparisons come as Instagram and Facebook have BANNED the peach and aubergine emojis due to their dirty misuse.

The voluptuous fruits have been removed from the platforms as part of an update to Facebook’s Sexual Solicitation Community Standards, which are aimed at sex workers who use the platforms to sell their services.

Facebook explained: “People use Facebook to discuss and draw attention to sexual violence and exploitation.

“We recognise the importance of and want to allow for this discussion.

“We draw the line, however, when content facilitates, encourages or coordinates sexual encounters between adults.

“We also restrict sexually explicit language that may lead to solicitation because some audiences within our global community may be sensitive to this type of content and it may impede the ability for people to connect with their friends and the broader community.”

The aubergine emoji is often used in saucy texts to represent a todger
The peach emoji can be construed in many different ways
Social media platforms Facebook and Instagram are banning naughty fruits and vegetables

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