Because people younger than me stopped communicating with words and instead adopted a modern version of hieroglyphs, emojis have become a part of every modern OS and Browser, and have even been adopted by the Unicode Consortium as a standard font.
This means that you can display and select emojis from Sitecore. See the following template:
I can base an item on this template, but I have to give the item a full ASCII name, as the emoji character is an invalid character. But I can go to Emojipedia, copy the emoji from here, and use that emoji in the Display name and in the text field of my item:
If I make a Droplink field, Sitecore will now display the emoji. A simple trick is to use the “style” field of the Droplink field to change the font size, making the emoji a little bigger:
So when your user sees the emoji, it is more clear:
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