โŒ› Hourglass Done

Expresses:

Time Up, Lost Time, Missed Opportunity, Late, High Time, Too Late

โŒ› Meaning: A wooden-framed hourglass made of glass, containing sand. The top part of the hourglass is empty while the lower is full, indicating that the hourglass is complete.

The โŒ› Hourglass Done emoji implies that the time needed for the hourglass to fill the opposite end is done, essentially signifying that the time is up. It could also mean that itโ€™s too late or even that itโ€™s high time.

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How and When to Use the โŒ› Hourglass Done Emoji

  • If youโ€™re advising someone about using the time he/she has, you can use โŒ› in that conversation. For example, โ€œBabe. The problem is that you think you have time. But the actual issue is that itโ€™ll be over before you even know it โŒ›. So, donโ€™t waste your goddamn time!โ€.
  • Is someoneโ€™s time up? Are you texting someone about it or posting a social media story or post caption resonating with the same? If yes, you can use โŒ› to indicate that lost time! For instance, โ€œHahaha! Good run, buddy. But your time is UPPPP โŒ›โ€.
  • You could also use โŒ› to suggest that someone is late. Like, โ€œAnd whatโ€™s your excuse this time? โŒ›โ€.
  • โŒ› can also be used to symbolize lost opportunities โ€“ โ€œNothing is more expensive than a lost opportunity โŒ›โ€.
  • You can use โŒ› to emoji-fy phrases such as โ€˜high timeโ€™ and โ€˜about timeโ€™. For instance, โ€œAnd youโ€™re surprised? Itโ€™s ABOUT TIME he learns to pick up after himself! โŒ›โ€.

Other Names

  • โŒ› Time Up!
  • โŒ› Completed Hourglass
  • โŒ› Hourglass
  • โŒ› Your Time is Here
  • โŒ› Time Out
  • โŒ› Late
  • โŒ› Too Late
  • โŒ› High Time