>There's a line that we have clearly crossed.jpg
I don't speak emoji. What exactly is this billboard advertising?
>I hate fun I hate fun I hate fun and everyone who loves fun please rape my cat Fluffles
The trailers themselves aren't really doing it for me but making a dumb vague emoji joke just so you can have a setup to make fun of your dumb emoji joke just is actually a pretty decent marketing gag.
>We stopped using pictographs for shit
this isn't about fun this is taking advantage of the "meta" level humor most spergs who follow meme trends fall for. Capefags as well. But it at least compliments Deadpool's gimmick so I find it actually impressive from a marketing standpoint.
Not necessarily. It's more like pictograph was primitive, language rose and hit its peak, and we're returning to pictograph again. Language is limited by dialect, context, etc. and even each specific language only has so many words and synonyms until they begin to fail, so it's up to us to change their meanings with more inventive uses and emoji's are just a side effect. It's kind of like how lol doesn't mean "laughing out loud" anymore but is more of a PS to put in a text to make it suddenly disarming and more nonchalant. I don't even read lmao as an acronym anymore.