🎳 Meaning: Three bowling pins with a white body and a pair of red bands at the neck, placed in a circle while a black bowling ball with three holes is kept within the semi-circle made by the pins.
The 🎳 Bowling emoji signifies aim, strategy, movement, and focus, most of all. It could also represent a bunch of idioms and metaphorical interpretations associated with the game.
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How and When to Use the 🎳 Bowling Emoji
- If you’re texting someone about how you or someone else was ‘bowled over’ or sharing a post/repost conveying similar essence, you can use 🎳. For example, “I was absolutely bowled over by his performance! 🎳” or “Please take a look at how this little kiddo is bowled over by his mum’s costume 🎳”.
- Similarly, you can also use 🎳 while indicating that you would bowl someone over – “Just wait until I bowl her over with my manners 🎳”.
- You can also use 🎳 in contexts of ‘aim’. For instance, “You don’t ‘suck’ okay? You just need to practice aiming 🎳 Aim for the best, mate!”.
- Also, bring 🎳 into frameworks that say ‘roll onto’ or ‘roll/rolled’, or mean it; it can be a literal reference or a metaphorical one too.
- 🎳 Bowls
- 🎳 Bowling Pins and Ball
- 🎳 Candlepin Bowling
- 🎳 Bowling Ball
- 🎳 Pin
- 🎳 Skittles
- 🎳 Ten Pin Bowling