A chipmunk, a squirrel-like rodent with puffy cheeks. Depicted as a reddish-brown chipmunk in full profile facing left, sitting on its hind legs with a bushy tail and striped face and body. Generally holding an acorn or other nut in its forelimbs.
Often used with an affectionate tone. May be used to represent a squirrel or related animals.
Google’s chipmunk is looking forward, squinting with a buck tooth. Microsoft’s previous black-and-white design could be mistaken for a skunk.
Chipmunk was approved as part of Unicode 7.0 in 2014 and added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.
The 🐿️ or chipmunk emote is a small, cute, brown-colored rodent with stripes on its back and a bushy tail. It is often used to convey cuteness, playfulness, or squirrel-like behavior in online conversations or social media posts.
- Silliness & Playfulness:
"That chipmunk looks like it's posing for a photoshoot! 🐿️"
- Admiration & Appreciation:
"I admire how hardworking and diligent chipmunks are when gathering food 🐿️"
- Enthusiasm & Eagerness:
"I'm so excited to take pictures of all the chipmunks on my camping trip 🐿️"