Using emojis makes other people think you are incompetent, research finds :lmao2:

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    #1 GR8 2B, Aug 14, 2017
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    :lmao2:
     
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    In text messages to friends and family: give zero shiits

    In work emails: I couldnt think of a worse thing to do and I cannot ever recall seeing one
     
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    Emojis should be reserved for Facebook, Internet forums, and job resumes only.
     
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    Do people actually use them in work emojis? (I apologize if that's what the article states, I'm not reading it)
     
  7. GR8 2B

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    Don't make us mansplain it.
     
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    The one I hate the most is the thumbs up one.
     
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    That's funny.... this is a screenshot of the last texts between my wife and me.

    (It only annoys me that she doesnt change the damn skin color of the thumb) :lol:
     
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    Yeah. It's kind of like "I'm done texting". It's aggravating because they will start a texting conversation it'll go around two or three texts deep and then they'll throw up the thumbs up.
     
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    I've never thought anything about the thumbs up. We've always just used the thumbs up as a replacement for "ok" or "got it". Matter of fact.... I usually just use "k".
     
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    I use k as well. The thumb just feels condescending to me.
     
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    The thumb is dumb, and only skin flutiest just use "k"
     
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    :thumbup:
     
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    You son of a...
     
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    I've seen emojis start popping up on company emails. Usually, it's just a smiley face but I find it childish and unprofessional. One of my direct reports used one on an email she sent me and I told her we were suspending her email account until further notice while we decided her fate. Let her stew on it over the weekend before I couldn't take it anymore and laughed about it on Monday. B*tch puts a smiley face on every correspondence she sends me now.
     
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    "K" is about the gayest sounding sh*t I've ever heard. Can you just picture a grown man saying "k"?
     

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