Words … of a sort
Awareness of the outside world. “Easily the most significant emoji law ruling of the year. A plaintiff presented evidence that she claimed was from her iPhone 5 (which can only run up to iOS10), but actual emoji symbol depicted in the evidence was only available on iOS13 or higher. The court says simply: ‘This image is a fabrication.’ Kudos to the defense team for their strong emoji forensics work.” Technology & Marketing Law Blog: 2021 Emoji Law Year-in-Review, Emoji variations expose fabricated evidence, Goldman, January 2022.
Dead Tree, i.e. paper
Pause for thought
Tempest in a Teapot (US), Storm in a Teacup (UK)
Bed Head, Helmet Hair
Last year [🌎 😀 ☀️ (World Emoji Day, Fiction)]