Apple has unveiled its latest round of emojis which are coming to our iPhones later this year.
Among the new additions are a zombie, dinosaur and your mind being blown.
The tech giant revealed the emojis on World Emoji Day yesterday (July 17), the Liverpool Echo reports.
There will also be icons for breastfeeding, yoga and a woman with a headscarf, as well as a man with a beard.
New foods include a sandwich and a coconut will also be available, as well a star-struck face and someone being sick too.
Although there is still no redhead emoji and no doubt countless other emotions or situations remain off the list.
How to submit an emoji yourself
Members of the public come up with ideas and pitch them to the Unicode Consortium - a special panel made up of representatives of companies including Apple, Google and Netflix.
You make your pitch by writing a proposal. The Unicode Consortium has a long list of criteria to think about, including a name for your emoji, an image of how you think it should look, a case for why it is necessary and a category for it to be housed in.
A sub-committee then assesses it, with successful pitches being voted on. Any that make it through that process are then developed by Apple and Google for the different operating platforms.
The whole process can take up to one year from start to finish.