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Ever sort through the rows and rows of Emoji, wondering where your Canadian identity is? Well, you needn’t worry any longer, because Tim Hortons has launched an “Ehmoji” Keyboard (available in the app store now, but on Google Play on June 29), so Canadians can annoy their friends when they’ve hit a cottage this summer. Included in the 12-emoji-deep application are a barbecue, a Muskoka chair, a beaver, “eh” in a speech bubble, an inukshuk, a moose and a Tim Hortons cup (of course).

Now, the thing about summer and the thing about cottages is that not everyone has a cottage to go to. In fact, most of us don’t. There’s the occasional invite, sure, but mostly people just flip through their Instagrams, watching as other people enjoy a beer on the dock. This app may only fuel your ire if you don’t have a seasonal cabin to occupy. That’s because these friendly Canadian ehmoji are more than meets the eye. Here, we decode what we expect to be the most used emojis of the lot:

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