sweat droplets 💦

Show how much effort you put into things with the Sweat Droplets emoji! This emoji shows a group of blue drops, two with the same size, the third one smaller than the rest. The Sweat Droplets emoji signifies the amount of perspiration produced by the human body following a strenuous activity like working out at the gym.

When used in this situation, this type of water emoji should often be paired with a different emoji, like the Droplet emoji or Weightlifter emoji, to convey the idea in a clearer manner.

In terms of titles, this emoji is also called the sweat emoji, or sweating emoji. Sometimes it is mentioned as the drip emoji. From time to time, the Sweat Droplets emoji is used to symbolize other kinds of liquids, like rain droplets or water out of a faucet.

As clearly seen, this wet emoji offers different possibilities of interpretation, depending on the sender and receiver of the message. Be that as it may, most of the time it is used in a sexual context, to represent the liquid products of an orgasm, a strong feeling of excitement and pleasure during intercourse, or simply as the squirt emoji.

When it is used in this manner, this emoji is often paired with emoji that resemble body parts, like the Peach emoji, and Eggplant emoji. The combination of these emoji tells a story about past, present, or future sex acts. Since this emoji is mostly used in a sexual context, caution and awareness should be practiced as it is being shared.

💦 Sweat Droplets is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 6.0 which was introduced in 2010.

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This Sweat Droplets Is Also Known As:

sweat droplets

wet emoji

drip emoji

thirsty emoji

water drop emoji

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splash emoji

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droplet emoji

Sweat Droplets Emoji History

Sweat Droplets Emoji is created in the year 2010.

Sweat Droplets Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
    1F4A6
  • Version
    Version 6.0
  • Year
    2010