This post captures what is the real meaning of purple heart emoji and when should one send it? This post also captures why you have to be careful while sending the purple emoji to your family. Read more to know.
Communication has witnessed major breakthroughs during the last decade. With Social Media platforms and apps gaining the trend, people are moving towards communication via apps like WhatsApp, Messenger, WeChat, Telegram and platforms like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram to convey their ideas and mingle with each other. Face to Face conversations have replaced video calls, texting and hence the hype around emojis (like a pictogram which used in electronic messages and web pages to convey the current emotional state of a person like happy, sad, angry etc) has also increased.
It’s easier for people to put emojis that conveys the answer rather than typing a whole new sentence. You may have come across a purple heart emoji as well. Are you
aware of the meaning of purple heart? Let’s find out below.
Purple Heart emoji is mainly used to express love and compassion. So, if you want to show your friend compassion and love if she/he is stuck in a nasty situation, one
can use the purple heart emoji. Purple heart concept may have originated from Purple Heart Award, which is an honour presented to U.S military veterans who have been injured during a war. So, in other words it can also mean honour or sacrifice.
Purple heart emoji is also used in a fashion context. Youngsters use purple heart to denote a fashionable attire like a shimmery and shiny costume. So next time you
want to complement your friend for his/her dress, make sure you use purple heart emoji or rather many purple heart emojis. That would surely make his/her day!!
There is another twist to this purple heart story – you may want to continue reading about it because the emoji might be interpreted in a completely different context if
used inappropriately. Purple heart emoji is also considered the ‘horny’ emoji thanks to the song ‘Ty Dolla $ign – Purple Emoji’ feat. J. Cole (an American rapper). So,
using it in family groups is a big ‘no-no’. To be on the safer side, its better to use purple heart emoji with a medal image to convey bravery and compassion for war veterans.
The purple heart also holds a special place in ARMY’s hearts. No, I did not mean the actual army people, I meant the BTS ARMY. BTS has led to the purple heart beating all records on Twitter. The K-POP group BTS (Bangtan Sonyeondan) from South Korea who have worldwide fans use the term ‘I Purple you’ (with purple heart emoji) to express their love for ARMYs (fans of BTS). No Wonder the purple heart emoji is the third most popular heart on Twitter thanks to the millions of BTS fans.
So next time if someone asks you the purple heart meaning, you would know exactly what to say and where to use it. Happy texting. I ‘purple’ you!!!