A yellow face with raised eyebrows, enlarged eyes, slight frown, and long nose, indicating it’s telling a lie in the manner of Pinocchio. Like that character, Facebook's design features a wooden nose.
May represent lying, a liar, and other concepts of deceit and dishonesty to varying degrees of intensity. Sometimes used to convey disbelief (e.g., You must be kidding) or feeling abashed (e.g., as if caught in the act of lying).
Lying Face was approved as part of Unicode 9.0 in 2016 and added to Emoji 3.0 in 2016.
The 🤥 emote, also known as the "Lying Face" emote, depicts a face with a long nose, indicating that someone is lying or being deceitful. It is often used in online communication to call out dishonesty or to express skepticism about what someone is saying.
- 13. Curiosity & Intrigue:
"Why are you lying to me? What's the real story? 🤥"
- 19. Love & Affection:
"I didn't want to hurt your feelings, so I lied 🤥"
- 4. Amusement & Sarcasm:
"Oh sure, I totally believe that story 🤥"