The "🈚" emote, also known as the "Japanese Free of Charge Button," is a symbol commonly used in Japan to indicate that something is free of charge or not available. It consists of the kanji character "無" (mu), which means "nothing" or "none," enclosed in a square. The emote has become popular on social media and messaging platforms as a way to express that something is free or unavailable.
- Negative & Skeptical:
"I don't trust anything that's advertised as free. 🈚"
- Negative & Suspicious:
"Something seems off about this 'free' offer. I'm not sure if I should trust it. 🈚"
- Negative & Angry:
"I'm so angry that they're trying to charge me for something that should be free. 🈚"