We already do it on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, but Google wants you to continuing expressing your feelings through emojis on Google Chrome.
Want to flirt with that guy you met in that class you never pay attention to but are too busy trying to catch his eye, but you don’t want to be too forward about it? Just simply type up what you’re feeling and Google Chrome will translate it into the appropriate, most perfect yet subtle flirty emoji. (We would suggest one winky face — two is one too many — but Google probably knows better.)
We have to wonder, though, if they got the idea from last week’s episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine:
But if you’re actually worried if this means the demise of the english language, we’re going to have to stop you right there and tell you to RELAX. It was Google’s other April Fools joke. The tech giant released their Pokémon challenge ahead of the original April 1st release date. Google Map users can now try to find all 150 Pokémon hidden in the world map.
Happy April Fools!