Flipping the Bird: Gestures Not to Use in Foreign Countries

Flipping the Bird Gestures Not to Use in Foreign Countries Taking a trip abroad Don t forget your passport money and this book Foreign hand gestures are by no means invariable and this guide will help you to avoid a cringeworthy or even hostile situation E

Taking a trip abroad Don t forget your passport, money, and this book Foreign hand gestures are by no means invariable, and this guide will help you to avoid a cringeworthy or even hostile situation.Excerpt The gravest of insults in the Middle East is to point the forefinger of the right hand at the left hand while compressing the fingers and thumb of the left hand TheTaking a trip abroad Don t forget your passport, money, and this book Foreign hand gestures are by no means invariable, and this guide will help you to avoid a cringeworthy or even hostile situation.Excerpt The gravest of insults in the Middle East is to point the forefinger of the right hand at the left hand while compressing the fingers and thumb of the left hand The five fathers gesture simple in appearance but degrading in connotation implies questionable parentage This symbol is far worse than the middle finger.

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Flipping the Bird: Gestures Not to Use in Foreign Countries

  1. I was born in Toronto, Canada but have travelled the world to Asia, Europe, Australia, and South America From a young age I have been interested in architecture, history, and creative writing.

565 Reply to “Flipping the Bird: Gestures Not to Use in Foreign Countries”

  1. Very interesting Lots of information about how to not insult the citizens of various countries.I will have memorize the information provided in this book so I don t use a gesture that may cause an international incident I get a kick out of reading books such as this one.They provide readers with a ton of information that one does not come across every day.


  2. We are all so concerned about our flights, luggage, diets, hotel and wifi we never really give enough thought to who we are visiting and we impose too much of ourselves onto them This is a great thought provoking guide to better understand other cultures and help us not to offend We done The illustrations really help to keep it crystal clear.


  3. good for travelersThis is a very interesting read It will come in very handy for my upcoming trip to bulgaria Highly recommend for travelers.



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