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Fan Language - some fun tips on how to hold your hand fan and send a message without saying a word. :)

Fan Language - some fun tips on how to hold your hand fan and send a message without saying a word. :)

Language of the Fan: The Beauregard-Keyes House (New Orleans)

BEAUREGARD-KEYES Historic House & Gardens: A French Quarter Landmark. Built in 1826. Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard (1818-1893) lived...

FANCY Hand Fans’ Urban Edition - The Language of the Fan was widely used in 19th Century Europe by chaperoned ladies as a form of silent communication.

Designer made hand held fans for fashionistas. A folding hand held fan for every wedding, birthday or other special occassion with a designer made fan holding pouch.

The Secret Language of Fans | Objects of Vertu | Sotheby’s

Nowadays, it is widely believed that in Victorian times fans were used – much like gloves or parasols – for relaying secret messages. Drawing the fan across the cheek supposedly meant ‘I love you’, while twirling it in the left hand signalised ‘We are watched’ and dropping it was a suggestion to"u2026

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Lord Chiho getting trolled with this flirty languages by his Servants (Fan name).
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Algeria's culture is strongly influenced by the country's recent history, as well as other aspects such as their literature, music, arts, crafts and religion. Arabic is Algeria's primary language and is spoken by around 82% of the populace. The French colonialism experienced by the country in the past has resulted in French being the second language of many educated Algerians, and English is very rarely spoken. Many people of Algeria also speak different dialects of Berber.
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