angry face with horns 👿

Unleash the anger in you with the Angry Face with Horns emoji! This emoji shows a purple emoji with an angry looking expression and two horns sticking out of its head. This emoji has a smiling evil twin, the Smiling Face with Horns emoji.

This terrifying emoji is part of the monster emojis because it depicts some sort of devil. Other emojis include the Goblin emoji, Japanese Ogre emoji, and the Ghost emoji. You may find these emojis being frequently used during the halloween season or any spooky event.

Different platforms have different takes when it comes to the design of this emoji. Some platforms show the gritting of teeth to emphasize even more anger. Some platforms color their emoji red, but all of them have a uniform angry facial expression.

The angry face with horns emoji is commonly used to convey threat and anger. It may be for someone who made an offensive online comment, news about criminals’ evil doings, or maybe even planning revenge on someone who wronged you. The emoji can also mean frustration and irritation.

When using this emoji, make sure to use it along with other emoji to convey a proper message. You do not want people to worry if you are angry at them or not. You would not want to put too much anger out on social media, so pick your emojis wisely.

👿 Angry Face With Horns is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 6.0 which was introduced in 2010.

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Angry Face With Horns Emoji History

Angry Face With Horns Emoji is created in the year 2010.

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