Middle Finger Emoticons
No section of rude emoticons would be complete without a big collection of middle finger emoticons and smileys, so here they are!
There are 28 emoticons in the Middle Finger Emoticons pack.
how do you put it in a message
Great emoticons i luv it
Nice but where is the code?
t(*o*t) flipping You off with a double whammy lol
How?? Oh come on!
Rude finger icons
We've got all sorts of finger emoticons for you, many of them moving and animated. So browse them and download the ones that you like.
Sometimes a middle finger emoticon may be just what you need to end a conversation. In situations where you just can't describe what you're feeling, a rude middle finger emoticon may be exactly what you need.
Rude emoticons and smileys giving the finger are also good to have for when your friends are being rude to you. There's a good chance they're armed with some middle finger icons themselves, so don't leave yourself unprotected!
Finger Emoticons in MSN
The most common use of these rude finger emoticons is in MSN Messenger. From the early days of MSN emoticons, it was very common to find all sorts of icons featuring middle fingers. Now with the new generation Windows Live Messenger, animated finger emoticons have been created as well. If you're a Messenger user, be sure to download some of our free MSN middle finger smileys and emoticons.
Middle finger text emoticons
For those times you can't use graphical emoticons, we've even got you some middle finger text emoticons. These are made with ASCII, so you can use them anywhere.
t(-_-t) -_-*,,|, t(0.0t) t(-_-t) t(^^t) ..|..('_') ..|..
While they're quite simple, these emoticons will still get your message across!
About the "Middle Finger"
The middle finger is a well known insult gesture, particularly in western cultures. When put up, it simply means **** off. However, it seems that giving the finger is a lot of fun as its usage between friends is most commonly lighthearted and meant as joke.
While the exact origins of this insulting and obscene gesture are not known, flipping someone the bird seemingly goes back thousands of years, to the times of the Ancient Greeks and Romans. To learn more about the middle finger, visit the Wikipedia entry for the finger.