I think this is akin to the classic debates of yore:
Coke or Pepsi?
Should it be prounced “Jif” or “Gif”?
Should the toilet paper 🧻 hang under or over the roll?
Some people hold strong opinions on the matter; advice columnist Ann Landers said that the subject was the most responded to (15,000 letters in 1986) and controversial issue in her column's history. Defenders of either position cite advantages ranging from aesthetics, hospitality, and cleanliness to paper conservation, ease of detaching sheets, and compatibility with pets. Some writers have proposed connections to age, sex, or political philosophy, and survey evidence has shown a correlation with socioeconomic status.
In the great emoji debate, there are those who think it doesn’t matter, that it’s unsolvable or that it’s a waste of time. Mild sarcasm, such as it’s a “first world problem,” denotes a common attribute of this tribe, but is not a requirement for membership.
The other tribe is devoted to the clearest form of expression, one that universally conveys one's thoughts, feelings and true intents without distortion. There is a common belief that better emojis do exist than what is currently in use.
For those who have only used Cake on your smartphone, you should know that on the Desktop you can hover over the emojis to find out their official designation on Cake. This is an old list and a couple replacements may have been made since, but it should still be useful.