🥪 Meaning: A pair of bread slices with a bunch of equally sliced veggies and maybe even sauces in between. On Facebook, this emoji is shown as a diagonally sliced sandwich.
The 🥪 Sandwich emoji can also refer to a sense of being caught up in between two things (or people). Now, the internet world 🥪 has also been used as a way to demean women (jump to the next section to know how you can kick some ass when this emoji is used against you).
How and When to Use the 🥪 Sandwich Emoji
- “Make me a sandwich” has been a famous and frequently used phrase to put women down or ‘in their place’, which patriarchally speaking is the kitchen (of course, coz it can’t make tea).
- So, in such contexts, you can use 🥪 as a way of telling all those obnoxious boys to hold their shit together. Like, “Oh no, looks like your brains are all over the place, here, 🥪 seal them together, you might want to use the kitchen to grab some civility”.
- Feeling sandwiched? Between two ideas, decisions, people, dogs, anything? Are you texting your bestie about this dilemma? Then, you can use 🥪 in such conversations.
- Sandwiches evoke a sense of picnicking too. So, if you’re for a fam-jam picnic, a picnic with your significant other, etc, and you’re putting up social media stories/posts or even texting someone about it, then you can use 🥪 in those contexts too.
- Jumping back to the second point 🥪 can also be used while sharing sandwiched memes and other funny content too.
- 🥪 BLT (Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato Sandwich)
- 🥪 Picnic Sandwich
- 🥪 Club Sandwich
- 🥪 Submarine Sandwich
- 🥪 Reuben Sandwich
- 🥪 Hoagie
- 🥪 Dagwood