My cat has an unusual wort looking thing on him and when I was petting him white stuff was coming out of the wort and it looks infected. We will take him to the vet as soon as possible but our friend ...
In Austin, Texas it means 'hook em horns' and is the rally cry of the Texas Longhorns of the University of Texas. I am also aware of an Italian ethnic meaning although the palm of the hand faces outward rather than inward in which case is means 'malochi' (phonetic spelling) or 'evil eye'. There may be more vulgar meanings as well.
american sign language: i love you
'hook 'em, horns' texas a&m
It has several meanings. One of the answers is correct. The U O T Longhorns sign. Also happens in alot of heavy metal rock concerts. Possibly demonic. And in Spain it can mean that your wife or husband it getting a little to friendly with some one who is not you. Pegar los Taros.
some people think its horns (like satan) but if you stick your thumb out its sign for i love you
It is the University of Texas sign "Hook 'em Horns"