Wednesday, December 8, 2010

I Cannot Hear You Gesture

Photo by: DP/AAD/ 2010  11/7/10 Katy Perry at the MTV Europe Music Awards. (Madrid, Spain)  Photo via Newscom

Katy Perry at the MTV Europe Music Awards.

It can be used if you did not hear the last thing said, but it can also be done to excite a crowd's cheering or chants.◦


Wayne said...

People using it in reference with actually not hearing will most likely turn there head slightly and lean forward.

A good thing to look for if you fear deception.
I find people use the phrase " sorry i didn’t quite get that" (or similar) as a way of deflecting the question in order for them to prepare a lie.

If you find the above present or a slight subconscious gesture to their ear similar to the photograph, they might not of heard you properly.

(other post removed due to spelling error)

Michael said...

I think our favorite blogger, has a slight 'thing' for Ms. Perry. :) Not that I blame him of course!