These are complex times, my friends. We are using Twitter and Facebook and texts to talk to our friends and family but there are limitations to these mediums. We can become confused or misunderstand each other because such quick communication strips conversations of their tone. There is no way to change fonts and the rise of the use of emojis further complicates things. For those who don't know, emojis are little images that people can attach to their messages to add flair or communicate a deeper meaning. In that way, emojis are a language all their own but many people may need the services of an interpreter to decipher these more complicated missives.
Fear not. I am here to help you. By reading my book, Interpreter of Emojis by Vikki Reich, you will received practical interpretation of common situations and their accompanying emoticons. Below, you'll find just a few helpful examples from the book:
I am the emoji master and I hope you enjoyed this sample. Google Translate's got nothing on me :P