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Face with finger covering closed lips

New emoji are expected to be released in a couple of months, and Emojipedia on Thursday offered up a look at all 69 new candidates. Here are our favorites

This emoji has the most potential when you want to throw social media shade at people you've never met online. A quick shush is much fewer characters than typing out entirely "never tweet." For now, it's the closest emoji to say "stfu" with some subtlety.

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Face with monocle

This emoji is essentially the thinking face, just replace the hand on the chin with a monocle on the right eye. Just look at how perturbed this emoji is.

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Face with one eyebrow raised

It's like a toned down version of the thinking face emoji, for when you're skeptical of something, but don't want to be too rude about it.

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Grinning face with one large and one small eye

This description is easily the most specific one. I look forward to this crazy-eyed emoji replacing the tears laughing one.

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Serious face with symbols covering mouth

Perfect emoji to send as a follow-up after your texts get left on read.

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Shocked face with exploding head

Ever have your mind blown so hard there wasn't an emoji to show it? Now there is.

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Billed cap

I give it two weeks before this emoji is a real hat.

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T-Rex

Finally, the true hero of "Jurassic World" is honored in an emoji.

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Broccoli

This emoji is going to reach the same status that eggplants and peaches do, as code for something else. Thanks, Big Baby D.R.A.M.!

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Merman

Name a more attractive emoji. I'll wait.

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