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American Sign Language: "bored"

Note:  Don't give in to habit. For this sign your finger goes to the outside of your nose.
If you use a double twist it means "boring."



Sample sentence: YOU THINK SCHOOL BORING? (Do you think school is boring?)


A double twist means "boring" in general.  A single twist after pointing to yourself means "I'm bored."  A single twist that starts at the side of the nose and moves out away from the face 12 or so inches with a big movement means "I am bored spitless." 

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