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WHAT'S UP: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "what's up"

The sign for "what's up" uses a modified "5" handshape on each hand with the middle finger is bent forward from the large knuckle. The fingertips of the middle-fingers are placed on or near the chest and then the hands are flipped so that the middle fingers are pointing upward and the palms are facing up.

 

 

 


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