Speak Italian - The Fine Art of Gesture

Speak Italian - The Fine Art of Gesture

As an addicted viewer of Project Runway, I now use "Auf Wiedersehen" as if I were a Berliner (the city, not the donut. please). Now you can expand your vocabulary with more words, or better, gestures. Do you know that the common "wait a minute" gesture means "Don't F*** with me?!" in Italian? Better know these things. This makes a great, funny gift for friends traveling, and also for you.

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