Why we love emojis: Emojis, unversally used and loved

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Why we love emojis : Emojis, unversally used and loved. / Fausing, Bent.

14 s. 2020, Artikel om Emojis.

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Fausing, B 2020, Why we love emojis: Emojis, unversally used and loved..

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Fausing, B. (2020, sep 8). Why we love emojis: Emojis, unversally used and loved.

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Fausing B. Why we love emojis: Emojis, unversally used and loved. 2020. 14 s.

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Fausing, Bent. / Why we love emojis : Emojis, unversally used and loved. 2020. 14 s.

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