To celebrate World Emoji Day we’ve created a quiz to test your knowledge of Scottish towns across the north and north-east.
It may sound easy but there are a few tough ones in there.
How many town names can you guess from the list of emojis?
Emoji day is a celebration of the emoji, a textual expression of emotion that came about from old Japanese mobile phones. The word “Emoji” is derived from the Japanese words ‘E’ for picture and ‘Moji’ for character.
— World Emoji Day is July 17 (@WorldEmojiDay) July 17, 2018
In 2000 a library of over 1,000 smiley graphics were released and has been growing ever since.
The official Emoji Day honours the date shown on the Apple iOS Calendar Emoji.
We use emojis all the time, so why not celebrate them! Let's celebrate @WorldEmojiDay with some of the fantastic emoji-inspired projects created on Glitch! 📅🎂🎉 https://t.co/fyLAOzqitm pic.twitter.com/lRGwcMN3Zq
— 🎏Glitch (@glitch) July 17, 2018
- Bridge of Don
- Cock Bridge