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Topic: Remake of Alopecia Kid's tee
Invincible Penguin Posted: Sunday, January 19, 2020 1:07:00 PM
Cristina wrote:
Invincible Penguin wrote:
in some other cultures (much of Europe, I think - at very least Germany and Italy).... where it means a***ole.


I'm Italian, but I've never heard or thought that the ok sign means a***ole Shocked


Maybe I'm wrong about that... perhaps just in the south? I thought I remembered before I went that I read it was a naughty hand gesture that I should avoid in Italy... but that was also 20 years ago now and things change... as far as I know it is still considered to be vulgar in Greece, Turkey and some other nearby countries.
Topic: Remake of Alopecia Kid's tee
Invincible Penguin Posted: Sunday, January 19, 2020 1:07:00 PM
Cristina wrote:
Invincible Penguin wrote:
in some other cultures (much of Europe, I think - at very least Germany and Italy).... where it means a***ole.


I'm Italian, but I've never heard or thought that the ok sign means a***ole Shocked


Maybe I'm wrong about that... perhaps just in the south? I thought I remembered before I went that I read it was a naughty hand gesture that I should avoid in Italy... but that was also 20 years ago now and things change... as far as I know it is still considered to be vulgar in Greece, Turkey and some other nearby countries.
Topic: Remake of Alopecia Kid's tee
Invincible Penguin Posted: Sunday, January 19, 2020 1:07:00 PM
Cristina wrote:
Invincible Penguin wrote:
in some other cultures (much of Europe, I think - at very least Germany and Italy).... where it means a***ole.


I'm Italian, but I've never heard or thought that the ok sign means a***ole Shocked


Maybe I'm wrong about that... perhaps just in the south? I thought I remembered before I went that I read it was a naughty hand gesture that I should avoid in Italy... but that was also 20 years ago now and things change... as far as I know it is still considered to be vulgar in Greece, Turkey and some other nearby countries.
Topic: Remake of Alopecia Kid's tee
Invincible Penguin Posted: Sunday, January 19, 2020 1:07:00 PM
Cristina wrote:
Invincible Penguin wrote:
in some other cultures (much of Europe, I think - at very least Germany and Italy).... where it means a***ole.


I'm Italian, but I've never heard or thought that the ok sign means a***ole Shocked


Maybe I'm wrong about that... perhaps just in the south? I thought I remembered before I went that I read it was a naughty hand gesture that I should avoid in Italy... but that was also 20 years ago now and things change... as far as I know it is still considered to be vulgar in Greece, Turkey and some other nearby countries.
Topic: Remake of Alopecia Kid's tee
Invincible Penguin Posted: Sunday, January 19, 2020 1:07:00 PM
Cristina wrote:
Invincible Penguin wrote:
in some other cultures (much of Europe, I think - at very least Germany and Italy).... where it means a***ole.


I'm Italian, but I've never heard or thought that the ok sign means a***ole Shocked


Maybe I'm wrong about that... perhaps just in the south? I thought I remembered before I went that I read it was a naughty hand gesture that I should avoid in Italy... but that was also 20 years ago now and things change... as far as I know it is still considered to be vulgar in Greece, Turkey and some other nearby countries.