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If fictional characters used emojis

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If you've never seen an emoji before, we imagine this is probably all sorts of confusing. So, let us explain. Emojis come from Japan and include symbols and small images, which are used to convey messages. Or, as we like to think of it, a much more advanced version of Clip Art.

So, we wondered (as you do) what fictional characters, such as Mr Darcy or Snow White would tweet if they a) were real and b) could use emojis. Yes, this is a bit weird, but go with it.

Let us know what you think in the comments below.

(Images: Stylist.co.uk)

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