🖕🏻👌🏻- Middle Finger and OK Hand, Secret
Service: Very dangerous spies, spyware
In the high tech city of Emoji App wanted local residents to build a 🤖 Robot. At that time seven Emojis from Middle Finger Emoji were there. One of them drew the 🖕🏻👌🏻 Middle Finger: Light Skin Tone with OK Hand: Light Skin Tone on a paper. A 🤓 Nerd Emoji liked the picture. Later he wanted to use it for the shape of a 🤖 Robot. At that second several high-ranking politicians in Salted Cucumbers found out thanks to their 📡 Satellite Antenna that Emojis wanted to build a 🤖 Robot. They wanted to influence the result.
That's why a 🥒 Cucumber had to found a Light Skin Tone 🖕🏻👌🏻 Middle Finger and OK Hand company that should try to hack every high tech device in Emoji App. Later several high tech companies noticed that in their devices was illegal software installed. All programmers found out that the software had a direct connection to an unknown region on planet Halloween. They were very helpless. That's why the parliament of Emoji decided to contact ♇ Pluto for help. The programmers from the advanced planet found the dangerous spyware with the secret name 🖕🏻👌🏻 Middle Finger: Light Skin Tone and OK Hand: Light Skin Tone. They helped Emojis to protect their systems against spyware.
After that event the Secret Service decided to use this combination of symbols for dangerous spyware.
In communication use Emojis from Secret Service the light skin tone middle finger with OK hand (👌🏻 OK Hand: Light Skin Tone) in connection with spyware or dangerous spies.
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