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An Post has released stamps commemorating the emoji - no, really

“Ná bí buartha.”

AN POST ARE down with the kids.

So down with the kids that they’ve released a sheet of stamps commemorating the emoji. No, really.

A fortnight ago, An Post released a sheet of stamps commemorating the emoji accompanied by the phrase “Don’t Worry Be Happy” written in both Irish and English.

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The stamps were designed by The Stone Twins, two Irish brothers now based in Amsterdam.

Pretty nifty, eh? An Post thinks so.

Instantly recognisable worldwide, these new emoji stamps should prove popular with people of all ages as well as collectors.

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Ná bí buartha, bí sona


You can now purchase an assortment of emoji-themed collectible stamps from An Post’s website. What a time to be alive, tbh.

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