I came across this the other day, and it bowled me over. Can anyone explain what they are doing and why?
mmm Dude I don't think it is a Rock thing!
If I tell you for sure I'll need to kill you
The pinky, thumb and index finger extended is a sign language symbol meaning I Love You, with the thumb closed in I'm not sure, that may be it's opposite or just a I don't love you...?
The thumb and pinky finger only means 'hang loose' on the islands of Hawaii.
I'm sure all these people are not U of Texas fans ( Hook 'Em )
They're alma mater is University of Freemasonry / Fraternity is Skull and Bones!
It just looks like a popular sign to me. The people who are using it look like they're messing around, trying to be "cool" and therefore funny
That means in that one picture , the French Priemire is telling Vladdy Putin that he secretly loves him. He better watch it before Putin does some SAMBO on him !
I saw an interview about this with Ronnie James Dio.
He learned the gesture from his grandmother. It's doesn't mean "devil". He said it is done to ward off the evil eye.
So the French premiere and Vladdy are Dio fans then .. HMMMM. interesting ! Yeah Dio was the first to use on stage I heard!
Looks like Satan's horns to me or gang member hand signs I don't believe it is Rock On signs, interesting though I do have to say.
They love rock and to rock on its what the signal is portraying.
The Fists of Rock!!!
Or they are trying to say "I Love you" in sign language and they're missing the thumb.
Either way. Its a nice gesture
Nm, that guys a Jordanian i think ,not French...so now Jordanians are Dio fans! LOL
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