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alien emoji review

a perfect lovely boy… kind, considerate, would bring u flowers and cuddle u to sleep. 5/5

a flat boy. very cold. devoid of dimension. not happy. not sad. just there. 1/5

no thank you. he’s plotting something and i do not care for it. please leave. 0/5

a serious boy, but kind of like a jane austen character. courteous, polite, secretly loves you but doesn’t know how to say it. 5/5

DEFINITELY going to probe you. i may or may not be into that. 3/5


trying really hard to blend in with humans, but can’t quite get the proportions right. i’d rather he just be himself. don’t hide your natural alien beauty. 1/5

an ugly boy, but i love him anyway. 4/5

this boy is flat but he’s got more personality than the other flatty up there. still, i feel like he’s only got ONE thing on that dirty little mind of his. 2/5

what the fuck. 0/5

Alien Emoji: A Summary

A good alien. Very captivating eyes that hold the secrets of the universe. 5/5

Went for a very simplistic approach. Simple is good, but not in this sense. His head is much too rounded. 3/5

Thick lines as always. While the eyes are wonderful, this boy looks very crowded. 3/5

What the fuck is this. Why does he look like he just realized something that’s been haunting him for the entirety of his existence. What is this Photoshop gradient it’s fucking awful. 1/5

Do not let this one near children. He’ll laugh while burning your families bodies at the exact same time. Still better than Samsung, though. 2/5

Incredible. He’s so menacing, but cute at the same time. This is a very good boy. 6/5

Looks quite upset. I’d like to sit down with him and ask about what’s on his mind. It’s alright, little guy. 4/5 5/5 to boost his confidence.

Stop right there. This is too much. His upper face is angry, but lower face seems upset. Make up your mind, messanger. 2/5

Incredible. His face comes to a cone perfectly, and isn’t too overbearing. This is an alien, my friendo. 6/5

While he is still very cute, he looks more like an outlet rather than an alien. Good work, Mozilla. At least you tried. 4/5

Something feels off here. He seems too innocent, and looks more like a pea that belongs in a plush pea pod. 3/5

Who the fuck do you think you are. Do you honestly think you can waltz into my house, eat my food, and leave without another word? You disgust me. Just because you’re different, doesn’t mean you’re special. Get the fuck out of my house. 0/5

alien emoji rating

I really like aliens so I’ll go ahead and rate my little boys

Apple:

He looks cute and kind of nice, this shows that aliens do come in piece, the gradient effect gives a 3 D  S P A C E  P I N B A L L feel which is a nice touch. 4/5. He’s really nice, someone give him live stock for his planet.

Goolge:

I’m not sure Google is aware of the popular conception of aliens, but maybe they know something we don’t???? The colors are flat, something that in most cases is not bad, but this time it is, he seeks intelligent life yet he looks as he has no life at all. 1/5.

Microsoft:

He’s conventionally attractive and happy for some reaon, I’d let him make patterns in my crops, the T H I C C lines are not the best idea but the glow in his eyes are perfect. Not the best desing choices but I can deal with it. 3/5.

Samsung:

Isn’t this the most visually pleasing gradient ever made by human kind? But not for this guy, he looks like he’s dying cuz can’t breath our oxygen, poor fellow, also his face looks strange, he might as well be Mr. Burns. 3/5. Looks really smug and I bet this kid thinks he’s the smartest guy in the class.

LG:

Straight out of the uncanny valley, the face you’d expect to see from a badly written creepypasta edited over an old photo that’s supposed to possess you, looks scary, creepy and offsetting but not in the nice way aliens are supposed to look. Please deport him to his planet. 0/5. Save your children from LG cellphones.

HTC:

Look at this guy, like LOOK at This gUY!! His cute smile, this lime boy looks so mischievous, probably on space Santa’s naughty children list. The lines, the colors and the E D G E S are so pleasing to the eyes. 5/5. I’d let this guy invade my planet any day and eradicate all sentient matter without hesitation.

Facebook:

He’s scary, creepy and offsetting in the nice way aliens are supposed to be, the soulless eyes and the grey color blend so nice together making him intimidating and also hypnotizing. 5/5. Please take me away with you and use me as a guinea pig for your nefastus plots. 

Messenger:

The colors looks like he’s from a flash animation and his face of utter disgust makes him unpleasant, I’ll take him with my leader because I don’t wanna deal with him. 3/5. You might be ugly, but you’re the designated emoji for most of my chats.

Twitter:

He’s minimalistic and cute, this grey buddy is my friend, please hug him and treat him nicely, he just want diplomatic relations with our planet, give him love and natural resources, he deserves them. 4/5.

Mozilla:

This guy is not an alien, he’s a light outlet. He’s nice and is probably that one cousin they sit with you on family gatherings, not because you get along, but because they want you to keep him from doing something stupid like breaking a bowl or causing a nuclear holocaust. 2/5. Sorry Kyle, I’m not your baby sister.

The emote alien dog-bear creature things from the new Samurai Jack season are adorable. They’re cute, but what really makes me love their concept is how they communicate via the electricity of their antenna forming words and visual emotes.

It’s a shame that they’re just one-off characters, because it’d be great to see that method of communication showcased a little more.