London programmer Tom Scott has made our emoji-loving dreams come true by building a giant keyboard that would allow users to have a separate key for every single emoji their hearts might desire. So, it’s a little bulky - it is made up of 14 keyboards after all - but we’ll take five.
Basically, Scott used a 1,000 stickers and some special programming to hook everything up to one computer and, in case you were wondering, he agrees "this is the most ridiculous thing I've built in a long while: a full-size, real-life emoji keyboard, made of 14 keyboards and over 1,000 individually placed stickers. And yet, it's got everything from Unicode 8 -- but not yet the candidates from Unicode 9. I might need another keyboard for them, next year."
Do you want this STAT or what?