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If anyone is interested on deciphering this for me, my girlfriend is teaching me sign language and said she didn't want to tell me what this sign meant in a very, teasing way. I just cannot let it go for some reason. It was an F followed by pointing at me, the only things I could find were saying "holding onto something small" Any help would be appreciated!

 

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Looks like "f*** you" to me, honestly. I see so many variations of it, it looks really close to the variation one of my friends uses, so I would be shocked if it was different.

edit: could be "you decide" but i doubt it

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8 hours ago, dalejr2148 said:

Looks like "f*** you" to me, honestly. I see so many variations of it, it looks really close to the variation one of my friends uses, so I would be shocked if it was different.

edit: could be "you decide" but i doubt it

Thank you, f*** you definitely makes sense given the context of the topic 😂 just wanted to make sure I was on the right track 

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