๐Ÿˆš Japanese โ€œfree Of Chargeโ€ Button

Meaning

Japanese โ€œFree Of Chargeโ€ Button emoji is translated as โ€œnothingโ€. Meaning, that you have to pay/give/do nothing for receiving something. Pretty cool one. Especially, if you see this sign somewhere in the concert hall. Oh, the Almighty nothing! We guess a lot of people would wish to see instead of โ€œService Chargeโ€ or โ€œsaleโ€ the sign of โ€œnothingโ€. Another meaning: nothing (as it`s translation). Nothing doesnโ€™t exist, right? So send it to a person who annoys you with some stupid offers to get something for free. You are not interested. Use this emoji with some poker face. Or if someone keeps asking you: โ€œWhat`s wrong?โ€ You know what to send to that person, donโ€™t you?

Examples of using

โ€œHey, how much is the tickets to Beyonce concert?โ€
โ€œIโ€™m a journalist! For you and meโ€“๐Ÿˆš!โ€
โ€œBuy 1, get one free of charge๐Ÿˆš๐Ÿˆš!โ€

Closeup view

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How to type

:u7121:

Unicode symbol

U+1F21A

Another names

๐Ÿˆš Nothing
๐Ÿˆš Free of charge
๐Ÿˆš For Free
๐Ÿˆš Without money
๐Ÿˆš Gratis