As part of a free flip-flop giveaway, Old Navy has launched an online tool that lets you analyze the most-used emoji on yours and other social media feeds—including any public Twitter account.
TIME and MONEY dug around to find some of the most interesting results from famous politicians, business leaders and celebrities, including presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton, Marco Rubio, and Jeb Bush. Click through the list to also see the favored emoji of Bill Clinton, Narendra Modi, Elon Musk, Travis Kalanick, Taylor Swift, and Miley Cyrus.
Clinton's Twitter feed had a lot to offer but neither of Barack Obama's feeds seemed to make use of emoji, nor did Warren Buffett's or Kanye West's.
Democratic presidential front-runner and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (or at least the folks running her Twitter feed) seems to favor the checkmark, clapping hands, and "sparkles" emoji—though the American flag also makes the cut.
GOP presidential hopeful Jeb Bush doesn't reveal much in his choice of emoji: He is the former governor of sunshine state Florida, after all.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio is a fan of the clapping hands emoji.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is partial to the "okay" sign.
The only emoji that pops up for Tesla CEO Elon Musk's Twitter feed is the "see-no-evil" monkey.
Taylor Swift's collection of most-used emoji is as much a window into her emotional world as many of her songs, with hearts, the "smiling face with heart-shaped eyes," and "face with tears of joy" among her favorites. And like Hillary Clinton, she's a fan of sparkles.
Miley Cyrus seems to use a wide variety of symbols on her Twitter feed—even more so than Taylor Swift—including the ever-evocative money and smiling poop emoji.
Last but not least, former President Bill Clinton appears to have made use of only one emoji: the folded hands, or prayer symbol. That's one more than either of current POTUS Barack Obama's Twitter accounts have used.