If the millennials get their way, soon enough we’ll just dump English completely and move back to using hieroglyphics. And in that case, picture the shocked emoji face to sum up my thoughts.
According to a new survey, 36% of people between 18 and 34 say that emojis and GIFs are BETTER for communicating their thoughts and feelings than English.
But it’s not like they’re alone. About one in four people between 35 and 64 also say emojis work better than English . . . and so do about one in seven people over 65.
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