My daughters were taught the "connection sign" at school. Do you know it? Basically, you make the hang loose sign (a fist with the thumb and pinky extended) and jab your thumb into your chest frantically to show you've made a connection over something the speaker has mentioned. It's designed to prevent interruption, but what it really does is cause the kid to jump up and down whilst making re-re arm flapping motions anddesperately tring to interrupt with their dubious connection.Irish-Dane wrote: ↑Fri Dec 29, 2017 10:44 amCool article. My first bank job was in Twinsburg, Ohio. The bank sat right on the old Town Square and we sponsored the festival every year I worked there. I would often take my lunch break in the small hidden cemetery that held the town's namesake twin brothers gravesite (they died the same day and were buried together).Roadmaster wrote: ↑Fri Dec 29, 2017 9:59 amhttps://www.today.com/news/seeing-double-twin-marries-twin-they-have-identical-twin-boys-1B7999284
If one did it with both hands, you'd have twin connections. That's your public service announcement of the day.