Today we visit an educational topic. Yes, an etiquette lesson regarding hand gestures. Hopefully the instructions below will teach a few new moves to add to your conversations. These gestures will help breathe a new life into your conversations and catch the eyes of many. Today’s lessons will be brought to you by this fellow:
The Nose Point:
This gesture is great for delivering a newly arrived at point. If you are struck with a moment of brilliance in your conversation or suddenly think of the answer to long pondered riddle, this move will be your best friend. It is best to pull your pointer finger to your nose before speaking. This movement combined with silence will create an interested audience.
Stretching the Putty:
This move is important in conveying just how large an idea is or a great way to describe something of great amount. Say your telling someone that you have many, many paper mache cats and really want to drive this point home. Well then, why not try Stretching the Putty as you tell them how many?
The Snap Point:
This gesture is almost a victory gesture. Say your discussing with friends and suddenly you pull out a point or idea that trumps everything or possibly you pull out a great burn. Well at this point it would be ideal to pull out the Snap Point as you deliver or immediately after. It’s an effective way of saying, “How’s that omelette taste, pal?”
Now for some information on the developer of these hand gestures and a chance to see them in action: