Second – While this is a gag, it is a reflection on how our language is evolving. As the current young generation of tech users disperse into the workforce (if they ever leave home and learn how to wash their own clothes) it’s not hard to see communication via emojis, animated gifs and text abbreviations become established as the unofficial universal language. Unlike top down universal languages like Esperanto, this is an evolutionary grassroots change.
It is conceivable that the “Queens English” becomes the isolated language of the bureaucracy, much like Latin in the medieval Catholic Church.
Or, it could be that emojis are rejected by the next generation as symbols of oppression by the smart phone obsessed old fogey millennials who are keeping them out of jobs and don’t how to use washing machines.