Internet, meet the Bible Emoji.
This latest edition of one of the world’s most translated books replaces commonly used words from the King James Version of the Bible with Unicode-approved emojis. It also goes one step further by translating this ancient scripture into today’s web lingo. That means subbing in words like “and” for “&,” “why” for “y,” and “people” for “ppl.”
The Bible Emoji’s creator estimates that approximately 15 percent of the total character count of the KJV was replaced with modern slang. The result is a book that looks like a series of (very holy) texts.
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