We ranked all 77 of the new emoji

The Unicode Consortium on Wednesday announced the 77 new emoji that have been accepted as candidates for the Unicode 9.0 release, which will roll out for everyone on June 21, 2016.

We ranked these new emoji from worst to best. Our criteria was how these emoji made us feel and how likely people will use them. We don’t have explanations for Nos. 77 through 11 — they’re pretty self-explanatory — but we do offer a more in-depth analysis for the top 10 on this list.

Take a look.

77. Prince

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76. Handball

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75. Takeout box

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74. Fortune cookie

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73. Shopping cart

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72. Drum with drumsticks

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71. Egg

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70. Goal net

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69. Chopsticks

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68. Second place medal

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67. Dumpling

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66. Water polo

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65. Wrestlers

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64. Fencer

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63. Person doing cartwheel

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62. Martial arts uniform

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61. Canoe

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60. Motor scooter

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59. Octagonal (warning) sign

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58. Duck

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57. Boxing glove

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56. Clinking glasses

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55. Green salad

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54. Left-facing fist

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53. Scooter

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52. First place medal

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51. Baguette bread

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50. Potato

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49. Squid

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48. Avocado

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47. Face with cowboy hat

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46. Owl

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45. Man dancing

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44. Wilted flower

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43. Butterfly

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42. Croissant

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41. Kiwifruit

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40. Face with one eyebrow raised

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39. Shrimp

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38. Shark

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37. Juggling

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36. Lizard

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35. Bat

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34. Tumbler glass

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33. Carrot

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32. Deer

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31. Rhinoceros

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30. Handshake

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29. Rolling on the floor laughing

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28. Shallow pan of food (paella/casserole)

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27. Right-facing fist

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26. Call me hand

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25. Cucumber

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24. Eagle

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23. Hand with index and middle fingers crossed

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22. Selfie

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21. Pregnant woman

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20. Raised back of hand

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19. Fox face

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18. Man in tuxedo

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17. Face palm

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16. Sneezing face

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15. Peanuts

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14. Shrug

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13. Nauseated face

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12. Lying face

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11. Bacon

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10. Drooling face

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This drooling face is just a perfect reaction for so many things. Sports games, parties you're not attending, puppies... you can react to just about anything with this emoji and it would probably make sense.

9. Spoon

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The spoon is not only the best utensil ever invented (you really don't need knives, you guys), it's also the perfect sleeping position for two people. For the latter reason especially, we imagine people will use this emoji quite a bit.

8. Clown face

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Clowns can be terrifying. This emoji is terrifying. Send this to someone if you want to get their attention -- or, y'know, haunt their dreams.

7. Mother Christmas

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You don't have to be Christian to appreciate this Mother Christmas emoji. She looks so sweet! Like she'd jump right out of your texts and start baking you cookies.

6. Glass of milk

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This glass of milk has so many meanings. Maybe you're tired and you want to tell someone you're headed off to bed. Or maybe you, like Ben Stiller in 'Happy Gilmore,' are politely trying to tell someone to drink a cold glass of shut the h--- up.

5. Third place medal

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You want to congratulate someone, but you don't want the praise to go to their head. This incredibly nuanced emoji is the perfect reply.

4. Gorilla

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RIP Harambe.

3. Stuffed flatbread

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I mean, just look at the level of detail inside this stuffed flatbread! Gotta hand it to the artists on this one.

2. Black heart

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People aren't always nice when they text. And this is now the perfect way to tell someone they're not being very nice.

1. Pancakes

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Who doesn't love pancakes? Nobody, that's who. Everyone loves pancakes. Instead of sending heart emojis, we hope people soon just send pancake emojis. Because that's how you show someone you truly care.

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