The "🈶" emote, also known as the "Japanese Not Free of Charge Button," is a symbol commonly used in Japan to indicate that something is not free of charge. It is often seen on price tags or advertisements and can be translated as "reserved" or "not included." The emote consists of the Japanese character "有" (yuu), which means "have" or "exist," placed inside a square.
- Amusement & Humor:
"This restaurant charges extra for ketchup? 🈶 That's hilarious!"
- Anxiety & Tension:
"I'm worried about how much this is going to cost 🈶"
- Distrust & Suspicion:
"I bet they're charging us extra just to make more money 🈶"