This emoji depicts a classic looking building with a red roof and clock on the front. This emoji can be used to talk about school, or being late. You can almost hear that late bell can't you? Time to finish up your homework and get to class.
Keywords: building, school
Introduced: October, 2010 in Unicode version 6.0.0 (Emoji version 0.6)
Whether you need an emoji that says "I'll meet you under the bleachers at 4:30", "Doctor's appointment at 8:00", or "I'll be home before 7:00", there's a clock emoji for you. The clock emojis represent every time on the clockface, in half hour increments, from noon to midnight. What time is it? Emoji time!
Single? You may have the wrong reservation. The love hotel is for couples looking for some intimate alone time. A love hotel plays up a couple’s sexual fantasy and creates a romantic and private space from them to love on each other. Hopefully the walls are soundproof.
The person walking emoji depicts an individual on the move, but not quite on the run. They may be sauntering through the park, taking a leisurely walk to the coffee shop or are strolling into work just in the knick of time.
The watch emoji depicts a simple looking wristwatch with an analog face as opposed to a digital. Use this emoji when someone asks you what time it is and you’d like to inform them that it is “Time to get a watch!”
Ring for service please! If you need to get someone's attention you’ll probably need to ring the bell. The tool found in hospitality or service industries can also be used as a way to call attention to or remind someone about something important.