Tallahassee, Fla. (WTXL) -- This morning on Second Cup Kellie and Max too a look into Christmas Future with the Emojis they wished they had.
Emoji were designed by Shigetaka Kurita. Kurita was inspired by a combination of Manga, a visual Japanese literature form, and street signs, according to Digital Trends.
His creations became the building blocks of modern emoji, according to the New York Times.
Interested in having some of these emojis on your phone? You will have to go through Unicode Consortium.
This company regulates the way that punctuation and texts appear on computerized devices, according to the New York Times. The also vote on what emojis make it to our mobile devices, according to the New York Times.
The process is time consuming so it may be a few more holiday seasons before we see any of these new emojis.
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