I was at a house party in late December 2017, and I was expecting to be the only one.The house had a mix of adults, teens, kids, and older couples, and the decor was festive and spooky, as if it were a party at Disneyland.But instead, it was a Halloween party, and we had a very special guest.It was my wife's birthday, and she was wearing a dress that looked like a Halloween costume.She looked gorg...
Updated March 06, 2019 18:42:03If you’re looking for the latest news on emoji, the new extension for Netflix is here to keep you company.
It lets you create your own party emoji to make your own parties, and then upload the party as an extension to the website.
It also lets you add your own emoji to your own favourites.
And, of course, it lets you share them on social media.
You can find a full list of emoji here.
If you want to learn more about emoji, there’s a whole guide here.
Netflix is currently the biggest source of party emoji on Twitter, with around a quarter of the country having used the extension.
However, many users also use emoji as a way to show off their party outfits, as well as in other places like Instagram.
A party emoji for a woman’s skirt with a bunch of party shoes on top of it.
Netflix’s new extension is free, but if you’re an existing user of the extension, you’ll need to pay for it.