From sexual advances to drug symbols… these are all the hidden meanings behind the emojis your children are using

THE rise of text speak and the explosion of emojis has left plenty of parents in the dark when it comes to what their children are really saying.

When entire conversations can be had without saying a word, it's never been so easy for kids to dupe their parents and keep their antics a total secret.

Last week, we told how a drug-based emoji code had emerged for kids who deal over Snapchat and Instagram.

What looks like a harmless text symbol to you could mean something else entirely to your kids, who can use their own language of emojis to hide what they're really up to.

For example, certain types of smiley faces could refer to drug use, whilst a seemingly innocent pair of eyes could be an invitation to send over a sexual selfie.

Of course, we're not suggesting that everyone uses these emojis in such a dodgy way.

But there are plenty of people who use the hidden meanings behind these symbols.

From drug references to sexual invitations, these are all the unofficial meanings that exist behind innocent-looking emojis.

Love hotel

This emoji can be used to represent a brothel.

Bunny girls

These girls aren't out for Halloween – the symbol actually means prostitution to some people.

Silent face

This face can be used to threaten someone to keep their mouth shut, or else.


Behind the obvious drug connotations, this emoji can be used by some people to represent getting a tattoo.


This symbol can be used to give another meaning to WC: Woman Crush.

Dash emoji

For smokers with something to hide, this emoji can represent taking a puff.


Drug dealers have been exposed using this symbol to mean they have heroin for sale.


Emoji-using dealers can use the snowflake to indicate they want to shift some cocaine.

Face with steam from nose

This snorting smiley has been used by dealers to mean MDMA.

Maple leaf

Some people use this to signify weed, whilst others use it to represent drugs in general.


Dealers will sometimes use this to show their products have high potency.


This symbol can be used to mean an orgasm.


When followed by a splash, the fist is sometimes used to mean self pleasure.


The shifty-looking eyes can be used to invite someone to send a sexy selfie.

Circus tent

Astoundingly, this symbol has been used to mean an erection.


Another naughty emoji, the microphone can mean a male orgasm. 


X-rated texters have been known to use grapes to mean testicles.

Beer glasses

Likewise, a pair of clinking beer glasses can also represent a pair of testicles.


Conversely, this has nothing to do with testicles – but can be used to mean boobs.


This one is more obvious – a peach can mean a bum.



This phallic fruit can be used to repent a penis.


Likewise, the aubergine emoji can mean a penis.


If someone sends you this, it means they think you're looking sexy.


If you can believe it, some people use this to mean sex.

Shocked smiley

For some people, this emoji means you've just seen something X-rated.

Girl with hands on head

This can be used to refer to female orgasms.

Of course, emojis aren't all bad.

We've recently revealed how using smileys when texting your partner could help to strengthen your relationship.

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