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Tablet’s High Holiday Emoji Guide

Because sometimes ‘Shanah Tova’ just isn’t enough

by
Stephanie Butnick
September 11, 2015
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The Jewish New Year is upon us, which means apples, honey, and a lot of well wishes from friends and family. Want to take your High Holiday correspondence to the next level? Try some emojis.

Basic apples and honey Rosh Hashanah greeting:

When you want to wish someone a sweet new year:

When someone asks you what your Rosh Hashanah resolutions are:

When you want to know if your friend got your apology note:

When someone asks what you’re doing for Rosh Hashanah:

When someone asks how your Yom Kippur fast went:

When someone wants to know the international emoji sequence for homemade gefilte fish:

When someone asks how you broke your fast: (lox on lox on lox)

Share your Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur emojis on Twitter with the hashtag #highholidayemojis.

Stephanie Butnick is deputy editor of Tablet Magazine and a host of the Unorthodox podcast.

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