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Google's Cheeseburger Emoji Has One MAJOR Flaw

Google's Cheeseburger Emoji Has One MAJOR Flaw

A tweet by Thomas Baekdal has gone viral, noting that Google's emoji for a burger has the cheese under the meat while Apple's emoji has the cheese on top of the meat.

A few of those replying to Pichai's tweet did have suggestions, too.

Pointing out the error in the design, Baekdal tweeted,"I think we need to have a discussion about how Google's burger emoji is placing the cheese underneath the burger, while Apple puts it on top".

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Should the cheese be on top or underneath?

As of now, over 14,000 users on Twitter have been discussing how cheeseburgers should be made, Tech Times. "I use top as bottom". Though I appreciate the effort to keep the bottom bun from sogging out through the clever placement of greenery, doing so can result in grease pooling within the valleys of the lettuce, which is gross. Terrible wet, limp stuff.

Nick Kindelsperger, my fellow Food and Dining reporter, offers this take: if the cheese were to be on the bottom bun, it would protect the bread from getting soggy from the meat's juice. Well, it's all down to how emojis work.

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More Twitter users weighed in, on more phones' and platforms' burgers.

Emojis have become an important part of a conversation, and OS providers keep on updating them. Many of us might find the debate insignificant or even frivolous, but Google chief executive Sundar Pichai is dropping everything else to focus on the issue today.

The preferred order of many commenters: lettuce, tomato, cheese and then burger, a detail Microsoft and Facebook got right. Ultimately, it all comes down to personal taste.

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