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How do you know a guy likes you when you’re texting? By decoding his emojis, of course! From flirtatious smiles to silly winks, we’ve got every emoji he could possibly use if he’s crushing on you. Keep reading to learn all about the top emojis a guy will use if he loves you and how you can respond.

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πŸ˜‡ (Smiling Face with Halo) Emoji

  1. A πŸ˜‡ emoji could mean he wants to be more than a friend. This happily innocent-looking emoji is anything but! If a guy sends the halo emoji your way, he’s definitely flirting and may even be suggesting something naughty.[1]
    • Send him a πŸ˜‰ emoji in return to let him know you want to be more than friends too.
    • Be bold and reply with something like, "Aw! You’re too cute! What are you doing later?"
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😜 (Winking Face with Tongue) Emoji

  1. If he sends a 😜 emoji, he’s feeling extra flirty. You’re on his radar, and he’s not afraid to show it! The playful 😜 is a level up from the classic πŸ˜‰ and has a fun, sexual vibe. If he loves you, he’ll most likely add this emoji at the end of a sexy, flirtatious message.
    • If you’re in a romantic mood, keep the sexy vibes rolling by sending a few cheeky messages or compliments his way.
    • Try saying something like, "You really know how to get a girl going 😏" or "Could say the same to you, babe! 😜"
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