You went on a first date but didn't kiss. You are still talking and one day you send a kiss emoji. Does this mean you want to kiss her on the next date?
- YesVote A
- Not necessarilyVote B
- NoVote C
- Other (please comment)Vote D
Most Helpful Guy
It actually depends. It's complicated as a status between "Yes" and "Not Necessarily".
Basically Emoji's in online writing has been created as a form of expression. With the Emoji faces and shapes we can express our feelings more clearly and gesture our words since it is not physical and not everybody has this ability to determine the emotion of the messages. So in this perspective i would say the answer is yes.
Although, some people use the Emoji's in different patterns. Some people don't hold Emoji's as a promising expression. Which means what they send through a text is not as real as what they would mean out of the internet world and texting environment. So i would say it depends a lot on the person and the individual who is performing the message.
However, after all, i assume naturally there has to be a meaning behind the action. I mean the fact remains that each Emoji has one or multiple meanings. They carry a meaning and define an emotion. So even if i don't have the intentions, when i use the Emoji, i am transferring the meaning even if i don't want to. So i can say he most likely mean it and wish a transition from a virtual kiss to a physical kiss.
But i would suggest you to prevent growing your expectations and not to build an idea based on those Emoji's because anything is possible according to the person. It's risky to find an idea following these shapes. We don't want to find unnecessary disappointment or misunderstanding. So my recommendation would be to keep your eyes open for more realistic face to face signs than what happens through the text.1
Most Helpful Girl
Pretty much every guy you have a good first date with would like to kiss you.1