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American Sign Language: "don't care"


The sign for "don't care" starts as a somewhat flattened "O" hand shape near the nose and then changes into a into a claw hand with relatively straight fingers.


DON'T-CARE:


Memory aid: Think, "I don't give a snot." (heh)

 

 


See: DON'T MIND



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