20 Italian Hand Gestures Explained

Italians have made expressing themselves through hand gestures into an art form, with dozens of different gestures in their arsenal for every kind of occasion.

There’s the angry variety, the gestures used to woo the opposite sex, and the rapid hand movements that look angry but are meant to convey that the gesturer is overjoyed.

If you're looking to add some nonverbal communication skills to your social repertoire you should take a look at this video by Dolce & Gabbana featuring male models demonstrating the fine art of Italian hand gestures. It'll help you set your hands, and your emotions, free!

-Via mental_floss

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