Reporting the Reverse V-Sign around the World – Learn the meaning of hand gestures
The reverse v-mark is one of the most popular hand gestures: the v-mark. This is done by lifting and separating the first and second fingers while clamping the remaining fingers and keeping the palm facing the speaker. The palm may look inward or outward, which may change the report.
A popular theory of the reverse V sign goes back all the time when England and France were in war. The English longbowmen were very scared and considered the best archers. When the English archers were captured, the French cut off the index of the hand and the middle finger to make the archers unusable when future battles occur. As a crude form of psychological warfare, the English Longbowmen introduced the two fingers to the French before the battle to show they were able to kick their ass on the battlefield.
Let's look at the different countries and what are the reverse v signage devices in different countries:
Australia – Serious insult
Canada – Serious insult (rarely used)
China China China
France – Two
Germany – Generally it means peace (rarely used). In Freiburg and the Black Forest region, the palm stamp facing the speaker is offensive and very vulgar
Italy – Not Used
Japan – Common Symbol To Describe Acceptable Levels When Shooting
] New Zealand – Another coarse sign of sleeves (middle finger). Drivers are often used on the side window when someone forgets to signal and accompanies the horn and some non-tactile words.
Russia – Many people understood this as "victory" (for
Spain – Victory, result.
Sweden – Not Used
– Not used Turkey – Not used
United Kingdom – serious offense
USA – Peace Inside the palm-inward "hip-hop". 19659002] Please note that the importance of gestures varies between countries and between cultural groups and generations.