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NEW YORK, N.Y. - Stu Flowers, Ph.D, the scientist behind the infamous discovery of the combination of Apple’s popular Emoji that could “make any woman spontaneously take her top off and send you a picture” has just discovered a very similar emoji combination. He found a string of emojis that will make any recipient fall deeply in love with the sender. It is really an incredible finding. We’re told the findings will be officially released in the next issue of Science. They did note, however, that like his previous finding, they will not be releasing the actual string of emojis in fear of the possible chaos that would ensue. Here in the office, we have reason to believe the string starts with "Face Throwing A Kiss"(Face Throwing A Kiss), thrown in the middle is “Information Desk Person” (Information Desk Person) and ends with “Penguin” (Penguin).  Derek, our intern, said he heard that you can throw in the “Dragon Face” (Dragon Face) if you want to show how cool you are, but it has not been officially tested. 

We reached out to Dr. Flowers’ people for questioning. They have yet to confirm or deny beliefs that this is related to his recent marriage, but he has been public about how their conversations were “Emoji heavy” in the past. 

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