Software company SwiftKey recently analyzed the emoji use of different languages and broke down the emojis used most in each country. Unsurprisingly, happy faces, sad faces and hearts account for more than 71 percent of all emojis used, and most people use happy faces more than any other emojis. French speakers use hearts four times more than any other group, with hearts accounting for 55 percent of all their emojis. But where the report really gets interesting is the smaller categories. As it turns out, Canadians use the smiley poop emoji more than any other users. Australians use 65 percent more drug emojis and twice as many alcohol emojis. Brazilians used the most cat emojis. Russians used the most romance-themed emojis. And Americans led in the use of a random mix of emojis including the birthday cake, eggplant, skull and tech-related emojis …

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