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The Unicode Consortium is considering a list of 37 new Emoji, including several new food items

The Emoji keyboard’s Asian-centric icons are about to get a dose of America.

Have you ever really wanted to text your friend about your burrito craving, but bemoaned the fact that you had to type out an entire sentence to communicate your carnitas query? It may seem like a serious first-world problem, but there may soon be a solution. The Unicode Consortium (the lovely folks behind your Emoji keyboard) has released a list of possible future Emoji for the next update including a whole slew of popular foods like a hot dog, taco, and burrito. There’s also a cheese wedge, turkey, popcorn, and a bottle with a popping cork.

Unfortunately, this means that we still don’t have bagels, nachos, a Bloody Mary, or salad emoji (come on, Unicode, get on that). But it does make the emoji palate considerably more Westernized, amongst the numerous icons of rice and curry dishes from the Japanese-born cartoon emoticon service (that admittedly, often confuses American texters).

Plus, we imagine it would make the lives of those poor, unfortunate souls on an all-emoji diet much easier.

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Joanna Fantozzi is an Associate Editor with The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @JoannaFantozzi


You'll Soon Be Able To Get Actual Pizza Just By Tweeting The Pizza Emoji

Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to witness the holy matrimony of two of our favorite things: the pizza emoji and the actual gooey, cheesy amazingness that is pizza.

Domino's just made the life-changing announcement that beginning May 20, they'll offer a new "tweet-to-order" system. According to USA Today, customers in the US will have the opportunity to tweet @Dominos to place an order, so actually calling and dealing with humans won't even be necessary to get pizza delivered right to your door.

And, for frequent customers, all it will take is one tweet of the pizza emoji for a hot pie to be at your door.

"It's the epitome of convenience," Domino's CEO Patrick Doyle told USA Today. "We've got this down to a five-second exchange."

According to Mashable, to get in on this supes simple tweet-to-order deal, customers will register their Twitter handles on Domino's Pizza Profile and then send out a tweet with the pizza emoji or #EasyOrder. After that, the customer will confirm the order through Twitter and get their pie delivered right to their door.

Sounds perfect to us. Now, the next logical step is obvs for Dairy Queen to start delivering Blizzards through the ice cream cone emoji!


You'll Soon Be Able To Get Actual Pizza Just By Tweeting The Pizza Emoji

Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to witness the holy matrimony of two of our favorite things: the pizza emoji and the actual gooey, cheesy amazingness that is pizza.

Domino's just made the life-changing announcement that beginning May 20, they'll offer a new "tweet-to-order" system. According to USA Today, customers in the US will have the opportunity to tweet @Dominos to place an order, so actually calling and dealing with humans won't even be necessary to get pizza delivered right to your door.

And, for frequent customers, all it will take is one tweet of the pizza emoji for a hot pie to be at your door.

"It's the epitome of convenience," Domino's CEO Patrick Doyle told USA Today. "We've got this down to a five-second exchange."

According to Mashable, to get in on this supes simple tweet-to-order deal, customers will register their Twitter handles on Domino's Pizza Profile and then send out a tweet with the pizza emoji or #EasyOrder. After that, the customer will confirm the order through Twitter and get their pie delivered right to their door.

Sounds perfect to us. Now, the next logical step is obvs for Dairy Queen to start delivering Blizzards through the ice cream cone emoji!


You'll Soon Be Able To Get Actual Pizza Just By Tweeting The Pizza Emoji

Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to witness the holy matrimony of two of our favorite things: the pizza emoji and the actual gooey, cheesy amazingness that is pizza.

Domino's just made the life-changing announcement that beginning May 20, they'll offer a new "tweet-to-order" system. According to USA Today, customers in the US will have the opportunity to tweet @Dominos to place an order, so actually calling and dealing with humans won't even be necessary to get pizza delivered right to your door.

And, for frequent customers, all it will take is one tweet of the pizza emoji for a hot pie to be at your door.

"It's the epitome of convenience," Domino's CEO Patrick Doyle told USA Today. "We've got this down to a five-second exchange."

According to Mashable, to get in on this supes simple tweet-to-order deal, customers will register their Twitter handles on Domino's Pizza Profile and then send out a tweet with the pizza emoji or #EasyOrder. After that, the customer will confirm the order through Twitter and get their pie delivered right to their door.

Sounds perfect to us. Now, the next logical step is obvs for Dairy Queen to start delivering Blizzards through the ice cream cone emoji!


You'll Soon Be Able To Get Actual Pizza Just By Tweeting The Pizza Emoji

Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to witness the holy matrimony of two of our favorite things: the pizza emoji and the actual gooey, cheesy amazingness that is pizza.

Domino's just made the life-changing announcement that beginning May 20, they'll offer a new "tweet-to-order" system. According to USA Today, customers in the US will have the opportunity to tweet @Dominos to place an order, so actually calling and dealing with humans won't even be necessary to get pizza delivered right to your door.

And, for frequent customers, all it will take is one tweet of the pizza emoji for a hot pie to be at your door.

"It's the epitome of convenience," Domino's CEO Patrick Doyle told USA Today. "We've got this down to a five-second exchange."

According to Mashable, to get in on this supes simple tweet-to-order deal, customers will register their Twitter handles on Domino's Pizza Profile and then send out a tweet with the pizza emoji or #EasyOrder. After that, the customer will confirm the order through Twitter and get their pie delivered right to their door.

Sounds perfect to us. Now, the next logical step is obvs for Dairy Queen to start delivering Blizzards through the ice cream cone emoji!


You'll Soon Be Able To Get Actual Pizza Just By Tweeting The Pizza Emoji

Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to witness the holy matrimony of two of our favorite things: the pizza emoji and the actual gooey, cheesy amazingness that is pizza.

Domino's just made the life-changing announcement that beginning May 20, they'll offer a new "tweet-to-order" system. According to USA Today, customers in the US will have the opportunity to tweet @Dominos to place an order, so actually calling and dealing with humans won't even be necessary to get pizza delivered right to your door.

And, for frequent customers, all it will take is one tweet of the pizza emoji for a hot pie to be at your door.

"It's the epitome of convenience," Domino's CEO Patrick Doyle told USA Today. "We've got this down to a five-second exchange."

According to Mashable, to get in on this supes simple tweet-to-order deal, customers will register their Twitter handles on Domino's Pizza Profile and then send out a tweet with the pizza emoji or #EasyOrder. After that, the customer will confirm the order through Twitter and get their pie delivered right to their door.

Sounds perfect to us. Now, the next logical step is obvs for Dairy Queen to start delivering Blizzards through the ice cream cone emoji!


You'll Soon Be Able To Get Actual Pizza Just By Tweeting The Pizza Emoji

Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to witness the holy matrimony of two of our favorite things: the pizza emoji and the actual gooey, cheesy amazingness that is pizza.

Domino's just made the life-changing announcement that beginning May 20, they'll offer a new "tweet-to-order" system. According to USA Today, customers in the US will have the opportunity to tweet @Dominos to place an order, so actually calling and dealing with humans won't even be necessary to get pizza delivered right to your door.

And, for frequent customers, all it will take is one tweet of the pizza emoji for a hot pie to be at your door.

"It's the epitome of convenience," Domino's CEO Patrick Doyle told USA Today. "We've got this down to a five-second exchange."

According to Mashable, to get in on this supes simple tweet-to-order deal, customers will register their Twitter handles on Domino's Pizza Profile and then send out a tweet with the pizza emoji or #EasyOrder. After that, the customer will confirm the order through Twitter and get their pie delivered right to their door.

Sounds perfect to us. Now, the next logical step is obvs for Dairy Queen to start delivering Blizzards through the ice cream cone emoji!


You'll Soon Be Able To Get Actual Pizza Just By Tweeting The Pizza Emoji

Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to witness the holy matrimony of two of our favorite things: the pizza emoji and the actual gooey, cheesy amazingness that is pizza.

Domino's just made the life-changing announcement that beginning May 20, they'll offer a new "tweet-to-order" system. According to USA Today, customers in the US will have the opportunity to tweet @Dominos to place an order, so actually calling and dealing with humans won't even be necessary to get pizza delivered right to your door.

And, for frequent customers, all it will take is one tweet of the pizza emoji for a hot pie to be at your door.

"It's the epitome of convenience," Domino's CEO Patrick Doyle told USA Today. "We've got this down to a five-second exchange."

According to Mashable, to get in on this supes simple tweet-to-order deal, customers will register their Twitter handles on Domino's Pizza Profile and then send out a tweet with the pizza emoji or #EasyOrder. After that, the customer will confirm the order through Twitter and get their pie delivered right to their door.

Sounds perfect to us. Now, the next logical step is obvs for Dairy Queen to start delivering Blizzards through the ice cream cone emoji!


You'll Soon Be Able To Get Actual Pizza Just By Tweeting The Pizza Emoji

Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to witness the holy matrimony of two of our favorite things: the pizza emoji and the actual gooey, cheesy amazingness that is pizza.

Domino's just made the life-changing announcement that beginning May 20, they'll offer a new "tweet-to-order" system. According to USA Today, customers in the US will have the opportunity to tweet @Dominos to place an order, so actually calling and dealing with humans won't even be necessary to get pizza delivered right to your door.

And, for frequent customers, all it will take is one tweet of the pizza emoji for a hot pie to be at your door.

"It's the epitome of convenience," Domino's CEO Patrick Doyle told USA Today. "We've got this down to a five-second exchange."

According to Mashable, to get in on this supes simple tweet-to-order deal, customers will register their Twitter handles on Domino's Pizza Profile and then send out a tweet with the pizza emoji or #EasyOrder. After that, the customer will confirm the order through Twitter and get their pie delivered right to their door.

Sounds perfect to us. Now, the next logical step is obvs for Dairy Queen to start delivering Blizzards through the ice cream cone emoji!


You'll Soon Be Able To Get Actual Pizza Just By Tweeting The Pizza Emoji

Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to witness the holy matrimony of two of our favorite things: the pizza emoji and the actual gooey, cheesy amazingness that is pizza.

Domino's just made the life-changing announcement that beginning May 20, they'll offer a new "tweet-to-order" system. According to USA Today, customers in the US will have the opportunity to tweet @Dominos to place an order, so actually calling and dealing with humans won't even be necessary to get pizza delivered right to your door.

And, for frequent customers, all it will take is one tweet of the pizza emoji for a hot pie to be at your door.

"It's the epitome of convenience," Domino's CEO Patrick Doyle told USA Today. "We've got this down to a five-second exchange."

According to Mashable, to get in on this supes simple tweet-to-order deal, customers will register their Twitter handles on Domino's Pizza Profile and then send out a tweet with the pizza emoji or #EasyOrder. After that, the customer will confirm the order through Twitter and get their pie delivered right to their door.

Sounds perfect to us. Now, the next logical step is obvs for Dairy Queen to start delivering Blizzards through the ice cream cone emoji!


You'll Soon Be Able To Get Actual Pizza Just By Tweeting The Pizza Emoji

Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to witness the holy matrimony of two of our favorite things: the pizza emoji and the actual gooey, cheesy amazingness that is pizza.

Domino's just made the life-changing announcement that beginning May 20, they'll offer a new "tweet-to-order" system. According to USA Today, customers in the US will have the opportunity to tweet @Dominos to place an order, so actually calling and dealing with humans won't even be necessary to get pizza delivered right to your door.

And, for frequent customers, all it will take is one tweet of the pizza emoji for a hot pie to be at your door.

"It's the epitome of convenience," Domino's CEO Patrick Doyle told USA Today. "We've got this down to a five-second exchange."

According to Mashable, to get in on this supes simple tweet-to-order deal, customers will register their Twitter handles on Domino's Pizza Profile and then send out a tweet with the pizza emoji or #EasyOrder. After that, the customer will confirm the order through Twitter and get their pie delivered right to their door.

Sounds perfect to us. Now, the next logical step is obvs for Dairy Queen to start delivering Blizzards through the ice cream cone emoji!