100 emoji: In this emoji, the number one-hundred is written in dark red colour and underlined twice to depict intensity. The 100 emoji has been originated from the teachers in Japan used to give the students hundred on hundred marks in an exam. The 100 emoji is often used to indicate a hundred % which meant to ‘keep it real’ sort of or similar meaning.
Just Copy Your 100 Emoji:
Snap streaks in Snapchat also use the 100 emoji to indicate full 100% chat between the two individuals. It is also known by these names:
- 💯 Keep It 100.
- 💯 Perfect Score.
When did the 100 Emoji come into existence?
In 2010, the 100 emoji was introduced as a part of Unicode 1.0 and later on it was approved and included in the Emoji 1.0 in the year 2015.