No? OK, us neither.
But Twitter decided that we needed these giant emojis, so they went ahead and "supersized" them for us. Uh, thanks? Here's the proof:
The only thing you need to know is that if you send the emoji along with a message, the emoji will appear regular size. If you send one on its own, it'll be big.
Emojis are already a big deal in Direct Messages. We just made them bigger. Send super-sized emojis today! pic.twitter.com/4mBLKRQGNL— Twitter (@twitter) October 5, 2015
So if you want to make more of an entrance when you slide in the DMs, just send an oversized cat with heart eyes to bae. It's gotta be more effective than a regular size cat with heart eyes, right? Slick AF.