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Innocent Gestures That Mean Something Bad in Other Countries (10 pics)

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1 Innocent Gestures That Mean Something Bad in Other Countries (10 pics)


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9 Innocent Gestures That Mean Something Bad in Other Countries (10 pics)


10 Innocent Gestures That Mean Something Bad in Other Countries (10 pics)


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№1 Author: MexAndi (11 Mar 2014 02:35) Total user comments: 177


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What about this one :27: ?
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№2 Author: YeahRight (11 Mar 2014 08:58) Total user comments: 1649


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...i like the good old fashioned American on that does not get lost in translation...
:27: :27: :27: :27: :27: :27: :27:
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№3 Author: Aindy (11 Mar 2014 12:14) Total user comments: 2862


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YeahRight,
American? lol
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№4 Author: saint357 (11 Mar 2014 14:59) Total user comments: 2366


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ya betcha there bud! :27:

it's an easy translation. When offered it simply means 1 of the following: 1 Sperm count. 2. IQ or 3, the number of brain cells, take your pick.
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№5 Author: rennermartins (11 Mar 2014 17:48) Total user comments: 222


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#6 - In Brazil that gesture can have two means, wife cheating or "rock on", depends of situation...

#9 - This gesture dont exists in Brazil.
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№6 Author: twitchyfuzz (11 Mar 2014 17:51) Total user comments: 373


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The middle finger gesture, also known as flipping the bird, is a crude gesture. It dates all the way back to ancient Greece. It was used as a gesture of contempt. (from Ask.com)


Unless you're talking about Native American, anything that is so-called "American" is probably not as America-based as was thought. After all, even though "English" is the main spoken language of America...it has no official language :58:
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№7 Author: yamaz (11 Mar 2014 18:02) Total user comments: 638


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WHO THE FUCK WRITES THIS SHIT? I'm italian, and

#1 the "chin flick" means "i don't give a shit" / "who cares", ABSOLUTELY NOT "get lost"

#5 & #10 these signs DON'T EXIST in Italy.
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№8 Author: Lu (11 Mar 2014 21:18) Total user comments: 15100


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Seems like a few people are giving :27: to this post. :08:
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№9 Author: Lalimule (12 Mar 2014 02:45) Total user comments: 140


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#1 I never see someone do that in France... But #8 (rare) with the nail it means "you will have nothing".
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№10 Author: Shoaibypk (12 Mar 2014 16:56) Total user comments: 2


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#8 doesn't mean such horrible things. Its a simple gesture that " I don't talk to you" when there is no seriousness in it. This normally used in between loved ones in small fights.
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