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Inform people about the amazing health benefits of cucumber, make the Cucumber emoji a part of your online content! This emoji shows a long, green cucumber with bumpy skin. It resembles its derived product, a pickle or gherkin, on many platforms, except on the Apple platform which depicts it with light-green, seedy slices.

Cucumbers really are a wonder, they are very rich in nutrients, and are well known for their health and beauty benefits. Its online version, the Cucumber emoji, is just, or perhaps even more popular. This emoji is used in relation to cucumber-based food and beauty products. Furthermore, from time to time, it is referred to as the pickle emoji, or pickles emoji.

Feel free to use this emoji while sharing photos and videos of cucumber-based dishes and drinks. If youโ€™re sharing cucumber beauty tips, like putting slices of cucumber on your eyes to remove eyebags, insert the cucumber with the Eyes emoji in those captions, too.

However, if a guy you fancy sends you a Cucumber emoji, or a Cucumber followed by an Eggplant emoji (can you say threesome?), chances are he is not asking you to toss a salad with him. Youโ€™ve now entered sexting emoji territory, so please proceed with caution! Due to its phallic shape, the cucumber is sometimes used as a stand-in for the male penis. Now that you know, do we need to spell out the rest? How you will go about this is entirely up to you. At least you knew about it beforehand!

๐Ÿฅ’ Cucumber is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 9.0 which was introduced in 2016.

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This Cucumber Is Also Known As:


pickle emoji

pickles emoji

Cucumber Emoji On Different Platforms

Cucumber Emoji History

Cucumber Emoji is created in the year 2016.

Cucumber Emoji Unicode Data