Emoji depicting ginger people are making their way onto the internet, with a major update that starts rolling out tomorrow.
Cupcakes, superheroes, bagels, toilet paper, kangaroos, and llamas will also be included in Unicode’s Emoji 11.0 update.
The Unicode Consortium, which is in charge of creating new emoji, announced the changes in February.
A total of 157 new symbols will be added. The site Emojipedia broke them down in this YouTube video:
After the update, there will be a total of 2,823 emoji available, according to Emojipedia.
Though the emoji will technically be available starting Tuesday, don’t expect to immediately see them on your devices. Different mobile systems and platforms will need to update before they can support the new symbols.
Some platforms, like Twitter, have historically done that very quickly, while Android and Apple devices have waited longer to fold the emoji into broader operating-system updates that could take several months.
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