Researchers have found that anthropomorphic emojis, like language, can get lost in translation, causing significant misunderstandings. (Screenshot/TNS)

Starting today you’ll have 72 more ways to express yourself without using actual words.

Unicode Consortium, the non-profit that manages emoji, will add 72 new friendly, little images to the emoji lexicon, and they finally paid breakfast the respect it deserves. You’ll now have the option of emojifying the best meal of the day with a pancake, croissant, bacon, avocado and egg (in shell) emoji.