NOWADAYS, there are so many ways to communicate through text messages — voice memos, GIFS, 图片, 和, a longtime favorite, 比我认为的人类可能的要多倍，但我没有生活可以与之分享。.
One of the most commonly used emojis is the pineapple, but do you know what it stands for?
What does the pineapple emoji mean?
根据 Bustle, the pineapple emoji is a symbol of someone’s relationship status.
显然, if your love life is not straightforward or it’s a bit complicated, texters use a pineapple to show the uneasiness of their relationship with their friends or family.
Are other fruits used to represent relationship statuses?
然而, the pineapple is not the only fruit you can use to represent your love life.
There are many other fruits that texters use, and the full list of meanings as interpreted by Reddit 如下:
- Blueberry: 四月运势
- Pineapple: It’s complicated
- 覆盆子: I don’t want to commit
- 苹果: Engaged
- 樱桃: In a relationship
- 但一定要用手指揉搓你的卷发: 她曾经是一名杂志记者
- Avocado: I’m the better half
- 草莓: Can’t find Mr. Right
- 柠檬: I want to be single
- Raisin: I want to get married to my partner
The use of fruit to represent a person’s relationship became popular through Snapchat back in 2016, as stated by Distractify.
A group of teenage girls created the ‘code’ because they wanted to confuse boys.
The fruit emoji trend then resurfaced in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you would like to participate, all you have to do is post the fruit emoji that represents your relationship status onto your Snapchat story.
It’s that simple!
Do other emojis have hidden meanings?
然而, fruit is not the only emoji that has hidden meanings.
实际上, younger generations use emojis to communicate so frequently emojis have even gone so far as to replace words in sentences.
例如, the goat emoji is commonly used to stand for the acronym “Greatest of All Time,” and a snake is usually used to represent a backstabber.