🙉 Meaning: A brown monkey with big eyes, a tiny nose, and a slightly open mouth with two hands covering both ears. The character that inspired this emoji is part of the Three Wise Monkeys philosophy of the traditional Japanese folklore.
The 🙉 Hear-No-Evil Monkey emoji depicts a sense of restraining from listening to bad or evil stuff; this can mean gross stuff, gossip, or anything that you as an individual would not prefer hear or listen to.
How and When to Use the 🙉 Hear-No-Evil Monkey Emoji
- If someone just said something that was meant to be a secret on a group chat, send this emoji as an awkwardly deafening reaction.
- Send this emoji while telling someone about something horrifyingly cringe that your ears witnessed, like hearing someone fart or something.
- You can also use this emoji in a conversation that you don’t like having, for example, your friends constantly asking if you’ll ever start getting serious in life.
- This emoji can also be a great way of telling someone that they suck at singing (meaannn. therefore, make sure this is someone close and can take a joke).
- You can also bring in this emoji while talking about some shocking news that you heard.
- Send this emoji as a reaction to a bad song suggestion.
- 🙉 Innocence
- 🙉 Surprise
- 🙉 Astonishment
- 🙉 Shocked
- 🙉 Deafening Silence
- 🙉 Kikazaru
- 🙉 Monkey Covering Ears
- 🙉 Drama
- 🙉 Tone Deaf
- 🙉 Can’t Hear