The inverted V sign is a version of the popular hand gestures: the V-sign. It is finished, and increasing the pace of the first and second fingers, while the other fingers clenched and holding the palm of the speaker. The palm can face inwards or outwards, which can change the meaning.
A popular theory of the inverted V-sign dates back all the time when Britain and France were at war. The English longbow men were much feared and is considered the bestArchers. When the English archers French cut finger and middle fingers of the hand were taken prisoner by them useless as archers meet future battles. As a rudimentary form of psychological warfare English longbow men were these two fingers on the French before the battle, to show that they are able to enter her ass were on the battlefield.
Let's take a look at different countries and what does the inverted V-signs in different countries:
Australia – TombInsult
Canada – a serious insult (rarely used)
China – not in use.
France – Two.
Germany – Typically means peace (rarely used). In Freiburg, Black Forest and the V-sign with the palm facing the speaker is an insult and act as a very vulgar.
Greece – Two.
Ireland – grave insult
Italy – Not used.
Japan – Common uses characters meant to represent an acceptable level of cuteness when posing for photos.
New Zealand – Another rudeSign of the finger (middle finger). Often used by pilots from the side window when someone has forgotten to mention something, and accompanied by trumpet and some unspeakable words.
Russia – questo''als''Sieg many people (because of Western film, etc.) to understand, but not with this character.
Spain – Victory performance.
Sweden – not used.
Turkey – not used.
United Kingdom – grave insult
USA – Peace. Palm look more inwardHip-Hop''''.
Please note that the meaning of gestures varies between different parts of countries and also between cultural groups and between generations.