no smoking 🚭

Want to impose an area to be smoke-free? That’s exactly what the No Smoking emoji is for. It is an image of a burning cigarette placed inside of a stop sign (a red circle with a diagonal line across it).

The No Smoking symbol is an example of a regulatory sign that you are likely familiar with. Any place with this sign in sight set a rule that cigarette smoking is prohibited and that you should comply. Otherwise, you could be fined or warned for violating this, especially in public spaces. In countries like the United States, vaping or using electronic cigarettes is still counted as cigarette smoking. That’s why it would be smart to keep this in mind, even if you think vaping doesn’t make the offensive odor that cigarette smoke does.

You may also use the Head in Clouds emoji to express annoyance or frustration that you are stuck in a spot or corner damned with cigarette smoke. Much like the No Smoking emoji, it could be used as a passive-aggressive way to convey that you dislike or hate second-hand smoking. Regardless of whether you own a property or want to set rules in your apartment, there is no better emoji to use than this emoji!

🚭 No Smoking is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 6.0 which was introduced in 2010.

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This No Smoking Is Also Known As:

no smoking

do not smoke emoji

quit smoking emoji

No Smoking Emoji History

No Smoking Emoji is created in the year 2010.

No Smoking Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
    1F6AD
  • Version
    Version 6.0
  • Year
    2010