What does the Kreygasm emote mean?

What does the Kreygasm emote mean?

Kreygasm Twitch Emote Meaning Kreygasm is a Twitch emote used to show a sign of joy and satisfaction. The Kreygasm emote shows the streamer “KreyG” with a satisfied facial expression.

Who is the Kreygasm guy?

Nanney is commonly associated with the Twitch emote Kreygasm, after fellow Super Smash Bros. player Joseph “Mango” Marquez once welcomed him into his Twitch chat by saying “PPMD Kreygasm”.

How do I find Twitch emotes?

By clicking the smiley face at the bottom of the chat box, you can look at all of the emotes available to you. You can also type in a semicolon in chat and a list of emotes will begin to autofill for you.

What did Kreygasm come from?

Kreygasm originated in 2011 when Twitch streamer Kreyg was asked if his likeness could be used for a global chat emote. Around this time, the term “kreygasm” came about in Kreyg’s stream chat, and when Kreyg uploaded this photo to Twitch, it became an official emoticon in September 2011.

What does the Kreygasm Twitch emote really mean?

Kreygasm means exactly that – it is an emote used to describe an absolutely amazing play done by someone, which just sends shivers down your spine. As with the other Twitch emotes though, the meaning also changes a bit based on context.

Who is the person in the Kreygasm emote?

The Kreygasm emote is of the face of Kreyg, a Twitch broadcaster. Kreyg was approached in 2011 by a employee, Hassan Bokhari, who asked if he would submit an emote to the platform. At first, Kreyg declined the offer but changed his mind a few months later.

Why are there no butt emotes on Twitch?

Last week, there was some commotion on Twitch over the removal of certain butt emotes. This week, Twitch clarified its new standards for emote approval, and man, some of these guidelines are golden. According to Twitch, all butts are not made equal:

Are there any cute poop emojis on Twitch?

Cute poop emojis are ok thanks to smartphones. The act of defecation however is not. No defecating and no “shit/shit on” or similar references/depictions. But my favorite of the new emote guidelines is the one related to orgasms: Kreygasm is a legendary emote on Twitch.