A picture can say a thousand words but, as it turns out, emojis can say even more -- especially when they're combined with slashes and underscores to recreate your faves. After weeks of Twitter users turning themselves (and Australians) into stick figures, the trend has made its way to the stans.
As the stans continues to make their faves with emojis and stick figures, here are some of the best recreations out there.
5 Seconds of Summer
The 5SOS stick figures struck such a chord that Luke Hemmings, portrayed as the tallest stick figure imaginable, retweeted the recreation.
Considering Hayley's been pushing her #20GAYTEEN agenda all year long -- including yelling her catchphrase after winning big on the VMAs red carpet -- it's no surprise her stick figure does the same.
With hat, vlogging camera, laptop and a burrito in hand, there's no mistaking this YouTuber stick figure as anyone other than David.
Jack & Jack
In case you couldn't tell the difference between the Jacks, the Jack Gilinsky (left) and Jack J (right) stick figures might help.
From yodeling at Walmart to performing an original song on TRL, Mason has kept his country boy image the same, even in emoji form.
Queen of big hair and big floral, it's almost concerning how close-to-accurate this recreation of Trixie is.
Is that a pianist stick figure with two dogs or is that Panic! At The Disco frontman Brendon Urie in the flesh? I'm honestly not quite sure.
The height discrepancy between Zion and Edwin has PRETTYMUCH fans screaming at their stick figure recreations.
If you know that Tom has a peace sign in his Instagram bio and is Marvel's current Spider-Man, then you'll know this stick figure is highly on brand.
All has been quiet in Frank's world, and with little presence on social media, he's nowhere to be seen in his recreation.