The balcony safety emoji is trending on Twitter this week and is becoming a meme in its own right.

In fact, many people are using the emoji as a way to show that they are comfortable with being on the balcony, even if they don’t have a balcony.

For example, this Twitter user has been retweeting the balcony emoji since it was created and has received more than 5,500 likes.

Another user, who goes by the name of ‘Bouncer_Loving,’ is using the balcony symbol as a rallying cry for his followers.

He recently tweeted this:The balcony symbol is used as a symbol to encourage people to be in their homes, away from work and away from people, and to be aware of their surroundings.

People often use the balcony as a warning sign, and when people do this they’re encouraging others to be safe.

For instance, the hashtag #BouncetheBathroom has been trending on the social media platform since April 25, when it began trending.

The trend is in reference to the fact that people are being urged to be more mindful about their surroundings while in the bathroom, and in the same vein, people are posting photos and videos of themselves taking care of their house and their property.

The use of the balcony is also a way for people to express themselves, as many people feel like they have to be the center of attention.

People who are not living in their own homes or with family often use this type of emoji to express their individuality and individuality is often seen as important by others.

The balcony emoji is also very popular on Twitter, where users are posting selfies and photos of themselves being happy and enjoying themselves.

The #BachelorBooth meme, which has been circulating on Twitter for over a week, is also being used as part of the hashtag.

This meme is a variation of the #Bournewalley meme, in which the hashtag is used to mock those who are trying to get out of their homes while others are trying their best to stay at home.

The Bournewall memes are used to poke fun at those who live in their garages, but people are also using them to express feelings of isolation and loneliness.