And since revenge is a dish best served in print where everybody can read it, this month I'm flipping the bird
at the bird--Road Runner, that is.
And he punctuated the remark by jamming one arm into the crook of the other, and jerking that other arm up, which was his way of flipping the bird
to all those wispy, over-refined dandies who insist on spelling words, you know, correctly.
So promoters hired people in 10 cities to put up small circuit boards around town that, when lit, display Mooninites flipping the bird
Imagine a geisha playing electric guitar, or a koto performer flipping the bird
Love sat on stage, sprawled in a chair, chain-smoking, cursing and flipping the bird
as she defended her pal Pam from hilarious insults.
Add to this a short fuse, a strong tendency towards flipping the bird
, and an overwhelming compulsion to honk the horn, and you more or less get the picture.
Her flipping the bird
onstage was a sign that she was firmly in satire mode but it also underlined her discomfort that night.
Mark says: "I'm angry because Carrie should be here now, looking forward to the next one, flipping the bird
and making me laugh.