A yellow face with X’s for eyes and a round, open mouth. Often depicted with raised or furrowed eyebrows. Facebook’s design features a purple forehead. Previously displayed with spiral eyes on some platforms.
May convey a heightened or hyperbolic sense of such feelings as shock, surprise, disbelief, awe, and amazement, as if staggered to the point of disorientation (i.e., dizzy). May also represent sickness, nausea, intoxication, and death, e.g., slang I’m dead!
Not to be confused with 😲 Astonished Face, which previously featured X-shaped eyes on several platforms, nor 😵💫 Face with Spiral Eyes which consistently displays spiral eyes on all platforms.
Face with Crossed-Out Eyes was approved as part of Unicode 6.0 in 2010 under the name “Dizzy Face” and added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.
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🚩 Appearance historically differs greatly cross-platform. Use with caution. 🚨