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Can you name the country by their gesture?

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GestureCountryCountry Starting Letter
To invite someone to drink, flick your neck...P
Hands on hips is a sign of hostility... M
Greeting is usually just a slight nod and bow. Sometimes people will applaud; this should be responded with applause...C
It is rude to maintain eye contact... Z
To refuse to buy a round of drinks when it is your turn is considered rude...I
Make a puffing noise though pursed lips to accept a compliment...G
Pinching the earlobe between thumb and forefinger expresses appreciation...B
Waving a hand, palm outward, in front of your face conveys, I dont understand or I dont deserve this...J
To beckon to someone, put your hand out with your palm down, and curl your fingers in a scratching motion...I/S
GestureCountryCountry Starting Letter
Point by shifting your eyes or by pursing your mouth in that direction...P
Clasp your hands together and raise them above your head to show appreciation...G
It is rude to put your arm behind someones chair or to pat his or her back...T
An obscene male gesture is to slap the inside of the thigh near the groin...A
Holding the palm upward and then spreading the fingers signals that someone is stupid...C
To indicate someone is drunk, form a circle with your thumb and forefinger and place it over your nose...F
To apologize, tap on someones shoulder and then tap your own forehead...I
Wink at children to signify them to leave the room...N
It is rude to show the sole of your shoe... E

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