👯 Meaning: An emoji with two identical characters in it. They both sport a black bodycon, a bunny headband, and black shoes while they stand with their hands on their hips and the feet held a little apart from each other.
The 👯 Woman With Bunny Ears emoji can refer to a pair of twins, siblings, sisters, or even two close friends dressed up like each other. It signifies similarity, togetherness, excitement, celebration, dance, and good vibes.
This emoji is available in the designated skin tones on almost all platforms.
How and When to Use the 👯 Women With Bunny Ears Emoji
- If you’re posting a picture with your ‘partner in crime’, your dance partner, or any person who plays a vital role as a partner in anything in your life, you can use 👯 in the caption.
- If you’re posting about an exciting giveaway or a shoutout, or anything that exciting, you can use 👯 either in the post caption or even in a tweet.
- You can also use 👯 as an emoji response to something mindlessly funny that you came across on social media.
- If your bestie sent you something awesome that made you want to scream with joy, you can send 👯 in that conversation. For example, “OMGGG. That’s amaaazing!! I’ll be there in 20 👯”.
- The 👯 emoji, when used multiple times in the same line would make it look like a group of people holding hands. So, if you require such an emoji that looks like the characters in it are holding hands, you can use this 👯 – like “👯👯👯👯”.
- Use 👯 in birthday countdown posts, or even birthday posts dedicated to your bestie, S.O, a close colleague, anyone who deserves a birthday post or story on your social media handle, basically.
- 👯 Two Women Dancing
- 👯 Couple Women
- 👯 Twins
- 👯 Female Twins
- 👯 Sisters
- 👯 Bunny Twins
- 👯 Bunny Dancers
- 👯 Bunny Costume
- 👯 Twinning