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Google’s emojitastic Twitter feature is great — when it’s not totally failing

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If you’re on Twitter, you may have noticed people tweeting some pretty questionable emoji at Google.

It all started after Google announced a new feature Tuesday that allows users to tweet emoji to the @Google handle in exchange for search results.

Some tweeted taco and pizza emoji to get suggestions for the best noms. Some tweeted flower emoji to get suggestions for the best flower shops nearby.

But of course, we were more curious about how we could troll the new feature. We tweeted a few of our favorite emoji innuendos, and Google was pretty down to play along.  Read more…

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