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Some is alright
Too much is girly0
I can't believe some of you people think that the use of emojis are a bad thing.
Some of y'all people can't be satisfied worth a damn.12
The fact that this is the kind of nonsense that men nowadays have to worry about highlights how ridiculous dating has really become for us0
What Girls & Guys Said
It’s cute when guys have their own style of use of emojis.
For example, this one guy always puts an 😎 after saying something smooth to make it funnier. It makes conversations with him a lot easier.
Don’t go overboard tho20
In moderation, it's fine.
But if he uses emojis and "text talk" too much? It's a bit immature and childish to me. I need a guy that knows how to type out and use real words, not just emojis all the time.20
Bothers me. I'm not a child ur not don't act like one.0
If it’s ‘called for’ and in context, it’s ok.
If it’s instead of texting most words, nope.0
I don't have any particular feelings about it. I don't have an issue with guys saying or using them0
I think it’s great. Usually younger people do that and it makes the conversation feel safer and not like I’m talking to an old creep
Especially since I use emojis more than words at times20
Nothing wrong with either I don’t mind one or two emojis... overdoing it is a bit weird.
I also don’t mind a lol or haha etc.0
I hate the winky and kissy face emoji because only the annoying and creepy guys use those.0
Only time it gets annoying is when they use flirty emoji, when they damn well know i got a boyfriend, and not interested in them.10
I enjoy them, shows guys can be just as humorous and expressive as we can. Sometimes text is better for them to do so than in person...10
A bit annoying in my opinion.0
They're okay, but i really hate that winky face emoji especially when it's used by a guy a lot, kanna creepy10
Guys showing their emotions great20
Guys who use emojis are gay as fuck11
I'm fine with it10
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I greatly appreciate anyone who uses emojis and emotive words. I tend to have a difficult time texting straight guys because they express very little emotion through their texts. Most girls and gay guys, by contrast, use many more emojis and other methods of expression through text like gifs, caps lock, punctuation, and words like "lol," "lmao," and "hahaha."
When guys text with little to no emotion, as most tend to, I have a harder time understanding their meaning and the emotions and tone of voice they intend to convey, and it often feels like I am carrying the conversation. Guys, please use emojis. It doesn't have to be excessive. It doesn't have to be creepy. Just give me something.