This Valentine’s Day, almost every country has its own GIF to say “I love you”

It turns out love is not a universal language. In the time leading up to Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14), the world expressed its love and angst in—often dramatically—different from country to country.

Quartz analyzed data provided by Tenor, a search engine for GIFs, to identify how people in 45 countries were using the animated images to express their emotions. Valentine’s Day searches were dominated by—as you might expect—the quest for love. But other voices were heard as well,...

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