The situation is this. I would be declared guilty in a court of law if there was a law against sending inappropriate emojis. By inappropriate, I mean the wrong emoji for my right emotion. Recently, I sent my son an emoji that was meant to convey profound sadness. Instead, the emoji was the one that means “laughing until you cry.” Not good. As I said, inappropriate. I consider sending the wrong emoji a violation equivalent to not spell-checking a Facebook comment or text message. I have tried to do a better job on spell checking since I sent my friend, who was undergoing heart surgery, a message that was meant to say “praying !”, but instead said “partying!”
You are on your own for spell check, but I can help with emojis thanks to a website I use often. There are many sites on the internet that will help you find the right emoji for your emotions, but, I do like this one http://emojipedia.org. This site allows you to search by platform i.e. Apple, Samsung, Google, etc as well as by version. There is a search engine that allows you to search by keywords such as “confused” (one that I use quite often) or “zipper faced mouth” (another favorite of mine).
One of the drawbacks of this site is the advertising. If you can tolerate the popups telling you to book your next hotel stay, you will love this website. Happy hunting😀.