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A PARTICULARLY OBSCENE GESTURE OF ITALIAN ORIGIN IS
USED WHEN ONE WISHES TO TELL A PERSON TO "GO GET
SCREWED!" THIS IS DONE BY HITTING THE BICEP
OF YOUR RIGHT ARM WITH THE PALM OF YOUR LEFT
HAND AND AT THE SAME TIME RAISING YOUR RIGHT
FOREARM UPWARDS.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT ; FAMILY DINING ROOM

Keyword(s): SCREWED=SLANG FOR INTERCOURSE

Subject headings: SPEECH -- Derision Scorn
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Date learned: 10-15-1967

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