The Fig Hand Gesture
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The fig sign is a mildly obscene gesture used in Turkish and Slavic cultures and some other cultures that uses two fingers and a thumb. This gesture is most commonly used to deny a request.
Recently, a Ukrainian word for this gesture "дуля" (dulya) has also become a jargon to refer to Control-Alt-Delete. ("...you need three fingers to press the buttons. So it's like telling somebody (a computer in this case) to get lost.")
Asymmetric, Closed shape, Monochrome, Contains curved lines, Has no crossing lines.
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