🤥 Meaning: A yellow face with blank eyes and a raised eyebrow, characterized with a long nose poking out and a curved mouth. This emoji signifies dishonesty and deceit at a much comical level.
Inspired by Pinocchio, the 🤥 Lying Face emoji shows that something or someone is lying. It can be a casual way of calling out someone as a ‘liar’ in a conversation or even depicting your own disbelief in something.
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How and When to Use the 🤥 Lying Face
- If someone’s texting you about something they did, but you know for a fact that its a lie, then you can use this emoji.
- You can also use this to react to unbelievable stuff (not the good kind).
- If you were on the lying side of the fence, and you get caught, you can charge guilty by sending this emoji (ensure its a casual and fun thing and not something serious).
- If you’re telling someone about someone else who’s not trustworthy, you can use this emoji to suggest that, and also to ease the already fussed-up conversation.
- 🤥 Liar
- 🤥 Deceitful
- 🤥 Dishonest
- 🤥 Lying
- 🤥 Pinocchio
- 🤥 Long Nose