🙉 Hear-no-evil Monkey Emoji
🙉 Hear-no-evil Monkey Meaning
The hear-no-evil monkey emoji is a representation of one of the three mythical monkeys found in the asian philosophy symbol. But it is typically used in a way that has nothing to do with theory. Its most well-known meaning is "let me unhear this"; in this context, the emoji indicates that the individual heard something repulsive or frustrating. Additionally, it used to emphasize that the individual won't listen to anyone at times.
The hear-no-evil monkey emoji was introduced in 2010 and released as part of the Unicode 11.0 standard. This emoji can be found under the smileys and emotions category. Because the hear-no-evil monkey emoji has been around for quite some time, it should display correctly in the majority of operating systems.
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