Wear it on your jacket, bag or - heck why not - even your t-shirt. You'll want to display this with as much pride as your birthday badge when you were five.
The BFF Lapel Pin by Valley Cruise Press features the familiar sight of two blonde cartoon girls dancing in black leotards.
Also known as the #dancinggirls this emoji is so popular it even made it onto The Wire's list of "the five non-negotiable best emojis in the land".
The girls earned their place in the list because: "they're actually a cute way to convey excitement or congratulations or, 'this is why you're my friend'."
Apple recently unveiled a new set of 'racially diverse' emojis, and as part of the update they changed some of the older images - including the two dancing girls.
It turns out the emoji had always actually represented two "women with bunny ears". But a lot of people were unhappy with the clarification:
WHY DOES THE DANCER EMOJI HAVE BUNNY EARS 👯👯👯 this is not ok— Meghan (@meg4sgren) April 11, 2015
I ALWAYS THOUGHT THIS EMOJI WAS TWO DANCING GIRLS BUT IT'S WOMEN WITH BUNNY EARS MY WHOLE LIFE IS A LIE pic.twitter.com/9Yri8RTlMB— Libby (@libbyarnold94) October 13, 2014
What the hell is with the new dancer emoji ,do us dancers look like that?!? Bc I don't dance with bunny ears ! pic.twitter.com/GX5ychBkB5— vanessa (@vanessam2001) April 9, 2015
One of the reasons The Wire included the "dancing girls" emoji in their top five was because of its versatility to portray different meanings. Sadly, "women with bunny ears" isn't as open to interpretation.
Which is why we're so pleased we can now commemorate the girls in their original form with this cute pin.
The only downside is Valley Cruise Press is an American company and although the pin itself only costs $8 (around £5.40) you will have to add shipping charges on top of that. Sigh.
Fingers crossed someone picks it up in the UK soon.