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30th Jan '16 8:30:53 AM Knight20
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* In the music video of "Calfornia Gurls" a gummy bear of all things gives ''Music/KatyPerry'' the finger though censored.
30th Jan '16 8:22:38 AM Knight20
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* ''Film/{{Paul}}'' Paul does while looking out the window in one scene.
30th Jan '16 8:15:59 AM Knight20
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* Ellie does this to Bill in ''VideoGame/TheLastOfUs'' when he scolds her for messing with his magazine pile. * Pedestrians can do this in ''VideoGame/{{Infamous}}'' to Cole if they hate him or thieves that they hang with a rope by their feet which he can free.
29th Jan '16 3:22:28 AM GrammarNavi
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* Of all games, ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrothersBrawl'' has Wolf [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar flipping off the camera in his intro]] when you fight him in Adventure Mode.
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* Of all games, ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBrothersBrawl'' ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]'' has Wolf [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar flipping off the camera in his intro]] when you fight him in Adventure Mode.
27th Jan '16 11:18:34 PM KidDynamite
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A known British variation of the gesture is the "two fingers," where the index finger is also raised, otherwise known as "making a V-sign." Distinguished from the (inoffensive) 'victory'/'peace' VSign by the palm facing ''inward'', away from the target, much as it does for the single-finger equivalent. A [[http://www.snopes.com/language/apocryph/pluckyew.asp popular but apocryphal story]] about the origin of this version of the gesture involves the 1415 Battle of Agincourt, where the French allegedly boasted they would cut off the bow-fingers of every English longbowman they captured. When the English soundly beat them, their archers supposedly held up their still-intact fingers at the French in defiance. Sometimes the story ends with them shouting "Pluck Yew!" as they did so, denoting what they could still do to their bows. Supposedly this became the familiar expletive now implied by the gesture.
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A known British variation of the gesture is the "two fingers," "two-finger salute," where the index finger is also raised, otherwise known as "making a V-sign." Distinguished from the (inoffensive) 'victory'/'peace' VSign by the palm facing ''inward'', away from the target, much as it does for the single-finger equivalent. A [[http://www.snopes.com/language/apocryph/pluckyew.asp popular but apocryphal story]] about the origin of this version of the gesture involves the 1415 Battle of Agincourt, where the French allegedly boasted they would cut off the bow-fingers of every English longbowman they captured. When the English soundly beat them, their archers supposedly held up their still-intact fingers at the French in defiance. Sometimes the story ends with them shouting "Pluck Yew!" as they did so, denoting what they could still do to their bows. Supposedly this became the familiar expletive now implied by the gesture.

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A known British variation of ** Another episode had the gesture is department demoted to working in the "two fingers," where the index finger is also raised, otherwise known as "making a V-sign." Distinguished from the (inoffensive) 'victory'/'peace' VSign by the palm facing ''inward'', away from the target, much as it does for the single-finger equivalent. A [[http://www.snopes.com/language/apocryph/pluckyew.asp popular but apocryphal story]] about the origin of this version of the gesture involves the 1415 Battle of Agincourt, where the French allegedly boasted bargain basement (long story). When they would cut off arrived at work the bow-fingers of every English longbowman they captured. When the English soundly beat them, their archers supposedly held up their still-intact fingers at the French in defiance. Sometimes the story ends with them shouting "Pluck Yew!" next day, as they did so, denoting what were supposed to arrive early to help move everything down, they could still do to their bows. Supposedly this became instead all gave Mr. Rumbold the familiar expletive now implied by "V" salute and closed the gesture. lift.
24th Jan '16 5:38:32 AM jlunatic
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* An "artist's rendering" of a [[http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a36/troylaplante/tradectr.jpg proposed replacement]] for the World Trade Center began circulating shortly after the events of [[TooSoon/SeptemberEleventh 9/11/01]].
24th Jan '16 5:31:53 AM jlunatic
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* Shellac, "The Bird is the Most Popular Finger" (1994).
23rd Jan '16 3:16:23 AM Zanreo
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** [[HighlyVisibleNinja Tecmo]][[http://consolers.webcomic.ws/comics/pl/621266 does this to Namco]] several times as part of his revenge declaration.
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** [[HighlyVisibleNinja Tecmo]][[http://consolers.Tecmo]] [[http://consolers.webcomic.ws/comics/pl/621266 does this to Namco]] several times as part of his revenge declaration.
23rd Jan '16 3:16:11 AM Zanreo
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** [[HighlyVisibleNinja Tecmo]][[http://consolers.webcomic.ws/comics/pl/621266 does this to Namco]] several times as part of his revenge declaration.
14th Jan '16 4:38:52 AM alexxm1
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* During Wrestling/{{Progress Wrestling}} Chapter Twenty-Four: Hit The North!, El Ligero threw his cape at co-owner Jon Briley during The Originís entrance. Jon responded by silently flipping him off. ** Whenever Paul Robinson enters, the majority of the crowd will do this. ** Jimmy Havoc did this a lot as well.
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