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Learning To Use Mac Trackpad Gestures

Hi, this is Gary with MacMost.com. If you’re a trackpad user like me, and most MacBook users are by default, then you probably know there’s some special gestures you can use to control your Mac. But have you taken the Read more…


What is the italian hand gesture meme? The meaning and origin of the how italians … memes

What is the italian hand gesture meme? The meaning and origin of the how italians … memes

Hello Internet!! And welcome to behind the meme! Today we have a look at the Italian Hand! Grazie! Grazie! Grazie! To each and every single one of my amazing viewers who suggested a video on this topic. This is one Read more…


How to use the touchpad and gestures on Samsung Chromebook

How to use the touchpad and gestures on Samsung Chromebook

Right Click by using two fingers to tap once Tap To Click by tap once Double Click by tap twice Scroll Vertically by using two fingers to tap then move up and down Scroll Horizontally by using two fingers to Read more…


The History Of Hand Gestures

The History Of Hand Gestures

History of 6 Useful Hand Gestures. Number 6, Military salute. Saluting comes from the basic etiquette of removing your hat to show respect. British military conduct from the 18th century dictated that personnel remove their caps in the presence of Read more…


spoon

spoon

Spoon! Your two fingers scoop food out of your other hand. Spoon!


scared

scared

Scared. Open up your fingers and show that you’re really scared.


spin

spin

Spin. Your fingers show a spinning motion. You can spin slow or fast! Spin!


fork

fork

Fork! Your fingers are like a fork poking your food. Fork.


snake

snake

Snake! Your two fingers move out like a snake’s tongue. Ooooo snake.


7 Obscene Hand Gestures from Around the World | What the Stuff?!

7 Obscene Hand Gestures from Around the World | What the Stuff?!

(subdued techno music) – If you’re traveling to a foreign country, don’t let the language intimidate you. Words only comprise seven to 35 percent of human communiction. The rest comes via body language, gestures, posture, facial expressions, proximity, and touch. Read more…