Monday, April 30, 2007

Hand Analysis Hint on Pinky Rings

To wear a pinky ring or not... Here's an easy hand analysis interpretation you can test out with your friends and your romantic possibilities. Look to the space between the baby and ring fingers. How accurate is this with the people you know?

Risk taker in romance and love. Little finger straight, long, and leaning out to the side away from the ring finger reveals a "free thinker" not bound by conformity and the restrictive values of others. New exciting ideas and behavior are normal for this person's quick sharp mind. She or he needs mental stimulation and loves fun both mentally and physically. Willing to take a risk if the payoff looks good.
A hint to guys: If she is wearing a delicate ring on the little finger, you better get ready for some hot action!
A hint to women: Go buy a nice pinky ring if you want more action!
A hint to all: A big heavy gold ring on a man's little finger reveals money is used for a feeling of power in place of weak sexual energy.

Sunday, April 29, 2007

Hand Gestures Meaning - Rapper's Hand Motions

Here's the kind of fascinating material I was mentioning - a guide to hop-hop hand gestures, by Emcee Escher. It's from the "Rapper's Handbook"

Hand Gestures Meaning - Rapper's Hand Motions: "To emcee is to move the crowd, and to do that, rappers use their hands. Whether it’s a loose-fingered wag or tight, staccato pointing, hand gestures add an important element to performing. Why do rappers use them? Hand gestures give your verses more energy, they work to emphasize certain words, and they add a visual element to a listening experience.

The first rappers used hand gestures to pump up a crowd at a party. Battle rappers use their hands to visually cut down an opponent. Freestylers often use hand gestures to help them concentrate and stay flowing. Most rappers have certain gestures that they use more often than others, but the best emcees have a full arsenal of eye-catching movements that they pull out whenever their verse needs it."

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