Time to flex those biceps and show some power


The biceps muscle is made up of a long head (red) and a short head (green). — Wikimedia Commons.

Ever since the flexed biceps emoji was launched in 2010, it has been widely used in social media postings and personal messages.

It represents all sorts of strength and power, both mentally and physically and is sent to encourage someone who is dealing with life’s challenges or when he or she does well in something.

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