one-finger salute

one-finger salute

and OFS
phr. & comp. abb. the finger; the digitus impudicus. And an OFS to you, sir.
See also: salute
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So they replied by sending the one-finger salute image above.
He gave a one-finger salute to the St Johnstone crowd, gestured at Rangers supporters and even targeted his club's own fans during a match against Cowdenbeath.
The summer signings posed in a United dressing room smiling, but also each revealed a one-finger salute to the lucky man tasked with snapping the duo.
Coulthard gave Schumacher the one-finger salute as his first attack was foiled but later apologised for his gesture as he celebrated the victory that cut his deficit to only 12 points with eight races left.
Sharma was leaving a go-karting venue in the suburb of Belmont when, provoked by locals angry that the track had been shut down to accommodate the Indians, he reacted with a one-finger salute as the team was boarding the bus.
Neville will also be reminded of his responsibilities after escaping an FA rap despite being seen to aim a one-finger salute at his former team-mate at Eastlands.
Now we get a lot of peace signs, honks, thumbs up and only maybe once or twice a week, a one-finger salute.
But having been through all this before, I'm only too aware that after three or four months of TV reruns, the same people will be giving us the one-finger salute.
Maybe if Joe Six-Pack hears this, the one-finger salute will switch to the ring finger--a feat that's a lot harder to pull off.
It's been A long time since New York City, home of the Bronx Cheer, the one-finger salute, and at least one headless body in a topless bar, was the world capital of feisty, in-your-face attitude.
Dragons flanker Jason Forster has spent part of this week engaged in a one-finger salute to those writing off the Gwent region.
This is where Britain's David Coulthard made his famous one-finger salute to Michael Schumacher after slicing past the German before going on to score victory in 2000.
Coulthard famously gave Schumacher a one-finger salute in the race two years ago after forcing his way past the German to score one of the best wins of his career, having been blocked by his rival earlier.
Jaguar's Eddie Irvine, given the one-finger salute and a verbal tongue lashing by Barrichello after holding the Brazilian up, and Toyota's Allan McNish both retired.
The 29-year-old, though, was livid with Eddie Irvine as he gave him a one-finger salute after lapping his Jaguar on the track.