The framed picture emoji is perfect for anyone settling into a new home, involved in art or photography, or going shopping for frames. This rectangular landscape scene can also say that something is “picture perfect.”
Codepoints: 1F5BC FE0F
Introduced: May, 2014 in Unicode version 7.0.0 (Emoji version 0.7)
Picnics are great outdoor activities when the weather is nice. Don’t forget the basket. The basket emoji is used when talking about picnics, barbeques and gift baskets. You could also use this emoji when talking about laundry or anything else you would put in a basket.
Heading out to see an old school movie or shooting photos on an older video camera? Film may have been used to capture the images. Use this emoji when you are headed to the box office to pick up a ticket, or to talk about a feature film.
Headed to the movies or a show? You’ll need a ticket to get in. The admission tickets emoji is often used when talking about a ticketed event like a movie, fair, or carnival where you’ll need to purchase a ticket to enter. This emoji could also be used to describe a raffle ticket.
Take it back to the old school VCR days. The videocassette emoji might bring back memories of home videos, blockbuster rentals, and rewinding video tapes. Just don’t mess up the film inside the tape or you won't be watching any movies.
The flag of Kenya emoji displays 3 colors. A white stripe on top, red stripe in the middle, and a green stripe on the bottom all separated by a thin white line. Displayed in the middle is a red, white, and black horizontal shield.
Rugby is a tough sport that requires a lot of running and physical contact. It originated in England. Want to win the game? Get a rugby football into the opponent’s goal to score points. Just make sure to be in top athletic shape. This sport is not for the weak.