These Are the New Emoji Set to Arrive in 2018

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After a new upcoming lobster emoji for smartphones and other devices was announced, Maine Senator Angus King took to Twitter to show his happiness about this new way of expressing pride in his state, local TV channel WMTW reported Wednesday.

In September, the independent senator sent a letter to the California-based Unicode Consortium pressing for the emoji, highlighting the crustacean's economic and cultural value to Maine.

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Texting "I love lobsters" just got easier.

Lobster and microbe characters are among the more interesting animal emoji in Unicode 11, while useful food items include leafy greens, bagel and salt.

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King signed his tweet with an emoji for a cow followed by another for a crown. Unicode is a nonprofit organization that promotes consistency in computer coding.

Yes, the new emoji list for 2018 has been published which will make redheads and more than 150 other emojis available for you to have fun with. One interesting fact is that the list includes emojis with different hair color and style for the first time: red hair, white hair, curly hair, and even baldness. As part of its #LikeAGirl campaign, feminine hygiene product brand Always released a video in 2016 showing the underrepresentation of women with respect to emojis.

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