The Fig Hand Gesture
This page is about the meaning, origin and characteristic of the symbol, emblem, seal, sign, logo or flag: The Fig Hand Gesture.
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.")
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