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  1. DerAuslander is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMcFu
    From what I understand, it's just considered cute in asian culture and doesn't have anything to do with peace.
    During WWII, the "V" sign meant victory. After the US occupied Japan, it found it's way into Japanese pop culture. Japanese school girls have been flashing it ever since, and from Japan, it spread to the rest of Asia. Thus some Asian Americans refer to it as the FOB sign.

    Meanwhile in the US, the symbol for victory gets perverted by those nasty unpatriotic hippies into a "peace" symbol. WTF?!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoJu - Joe
    You mean Matt Hughes isn't a small korean girl???
    Just for clarification, Matt Hughes is the one on the right.
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    Jeez, you didn't know what FOB was? That's so FOB, I was like, "OMG WTF, you SOB, STFU!"



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    Quote Originally Posted by airman kai
    Jeez, you didn't know what FOB was? That's so FOB, I was like, "OMG WTF, you SOB, STFU!"

    ROFLMBFAO...
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    btw, how old's the korean girl?
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    Old enough to kick me in the head and armbar me. Not necessarily in that order.
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    cool... strong women rock my world :-P
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    Quote Originally Posted by DerAuslander108
    During WWII, the "V" sign meant victory. After the US occupied Japan, it found it's way into Japanese pop culture. Japanese school girls have been flashing it ever since, and from Japan, it spread to the rest of Asia. Thus some Asian Americans refer to it as the FOB sign.

    Meanwhile in the US, the symbol for victory gets perverted by those nasty unpatriotic hippies into a "peace" symbol. WTF?!?
    I'd rather see a cute Asian girl doing a cute "V" gesture than a hairy, smelly tree-hugging hippie using it for a "peace, man" sign. :XXpuke:

    I'm surprised now one has used his/her photoshop-gimp-fu and morph Matt into a chick or something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Macho
    I'm surprised now one has used his/her photoshop-gimp-fu and morph Matt into a chick or something.
    I know, I was seriously expecting to see him in a school girl outfit.
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