parrot 🦜

The Parrot emoji is a picture of a tropical or subtropical bird that comes predominantly in the color green, among other vibrant colors. Some variations look similar to the scarlet macaw whose tips are in colors blue and yellow.

The emoji is useful for conversations that revolve around parrots, pets, or birds in general. Everyone adores parrots because these birds relatively live much longer compared to other pets, as well as their ability to talk which most find entertaining, and their eye-catching feathers.

As you know that parrots can get a little talkative, the emoji can be used when referring to someone who is annoyingly chatty, or talkative in general. And because parrots can mimic speech, the emoji could also be used to represent mimicry of a bird or a person. In case you didn’t know, the term “party parrot” is one that some people like to use when describing a person who likes to mimic famous lines from movies or TV shows for the sake of popularity. The emoji can also be fitting for that!

Others also like to call it the party parrot emoji, or the bird you might have already seen as a GIF on the Internet. It’s a hilarious-looking multicolored bird who dances with its head to depict an upbeat or “party” mood. The workflow app Slack made the party parrot famous across the Internet, which may be why some would like to use the parrot emoji to refer to this icon.

The parrot emoji slack users send to others can potentially refer to the “party parrot”. Whichever reference you are implying, this emoji is ideal for related topics of conversation!

🦜 Parrot is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 11.0 which was introduced in 2018.

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Parrot Emoji History

Parrot Emoji is created in the year 2018.

Parrot Emoji Unicode Data