The BibleThump emote is a global emote on Twitch which contains the face of a character from the popular game Binding Of Isaac.
The face has tears streaming down his face. This is one of the most popular emotes on Twitch to show sadness.
Let’s take a look at how the emote originated and how you can use it.
What Does The BibleThump Emote Mean On Twitch
BibleThump is used on Twitch when people want to display that they are sad or have been hit “right in the feels”.
How To Use The BibleThump Emote
The BibleThump emote is a global emote on Twitch meaning that anyone can use it on any channel. You don’t need to have a third party extension like Frankerfacez or Better Twitch TV which is always nice.
What Is The Origin Of The BibleThump Emote?
The BibleThump emote originates from the popular game The Binding Of Isaac which was launched back in 2012. The face you see in the Twitch emote resembles the main character from the Binding of Isaac game.
It was also in 2012 Twitch decided to make this face an official emote on their platform. The emote then got even more popular in 2013 when a website called Icryeverytime was created. On this website you can see many BibleThump emotes rain down from the screen with sad Violin music playing in the background.
Since then the emote has stayed popular on Twitch and is used globally on Twitch every single day when people are feeling sad.
When Should I Use The BibleThump Emote?
The BibleThump Emote is used when you want to show that you are sad or disappointed. Some people have said the use the BibleThump emote when they have “the feels”.
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