Love emojis

Is sending “love emojis” (😍🥰😘 emoji that sends feeling of love or being in love with someone) considered common or appropriate for someone who is married or engaged or in committed relationship to send to someone of the opposite sex in Vietnam?
For the most part In the US those emojis are typically saved for your significant other, girlfriend or lover.
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Vietnamese women are very jealous, I doubt the outcome would be good if you were sending this type of emoji.

I seriously think common sense would kick in for this type of question.

Haha, she’s the one sending them not me, lol
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colinoscapee :

I seriously think common sense would kick in for this type of question.

This is why many of us come back to expat.com, day after day, for just this kind of question.
I'm giving it a 10.  :one

Hi Gobot
She’s 35 years old. She says it’s common or normal for friends to send those to each other in VN. I understand in the US you wouldn’t send those.
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Nyeddie :

Haha, she’s the one sending them not me, lol
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I suppose if you stated that in your original post it would have been much clearer. 🤔

Colin
It’s a general question,  for either a man or woman to send them? She says it’s normal & common to send those for her generation in Vietnam.
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Nyeddie :

Colin
It’s a general question,  for either a man or woman to send them? She says it’s normal & common to send those for her generation in Vietnam.
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:dumbom:

Lol

Nyeddie :

She’s 35 years old. She says it’s common or normal for friends to send those to each other in VN.

It's true in some circles and not true in other circles.  When close friends understand one another's habits and POV, those symbols carry the same weight as the inane "kkkkk" or "hihihi" which young and old Vietnamese type at the end of almost every sentence.


Nyeddie :

I understand in the US you wouldn’t send those.

Yes, we would, to our friends, both male and female. 

Throwing around those emojis or saying "love" is such a common thing in the States.  I've heard "Love you" in place of "Talk to you later" , "Take care, Bye" every day.  I even came across a couple breakup letters signed with "Love".    :rolleyes:

When she sends these emojis to friends or family, it's normal.
If she sent them to foreigner or Vietnamese men (how do you know if they are ordinary friends or men she want have a relationship with?), I would talk to her.
If she is serious about you, she would be happy if she saw that you were a 9little jealous.

Ciambella
Thank you very much!
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Maverick
Her job is in Sales, so she has a lot of male clients.
She says she’s just being nice to her clients.
She says she has no other intentions
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Nyeddie :

Her job is in Sales, so she has a lot of male clients.
She says she’s just being nice to her clients.
She says she has no other intentions

Hold on.  Male clients are not the same as male friends.  A woman doesn't send heart and kiss emojis to male clients, full stop.

Honestly not sure if there friends, clients, or friends that are clients, I don’t ask
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Hello,

We had a troll on this thread and i had to delete his account + postings. A couple of posts which quoted the troll's message have also been deleted.

Thank you for your kind comprehension,
Bhavna

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