Frame with an X was approved as part of Unicode 7.0 in 2014.
The "🖾" emote or "Frame with an X" emote is typically used to represent a disabled or inaccessible feature, or to indicate that something is not available or cannot be accessed. It can also be used to express frustration or disappointment.
- Distrust & Suspicion:
"I don't trust him as far as I can throw him. 🖾"
- Sadness & Despair:
"I feel like I'll never be happy again. 🖾"
- Boredom & Apathy:
"I don't really care what we do today. 🖾"