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  • AdaminCO
    AdaminCO
    To me it’s a warm respectful welcome.

    The gesture is widely used throughout the Indian subcontinent, parts of Asia and beyond where people of South and Southeast Asian origins have migrated.Namaste or namaskar is used as a respectful form of greeting, acknowledging and welcoming a relative, guest or stranger. In some contexts, Namaste is used by one person to express gratitude for assistance offered or given, and to thank the other person for his or her generous kindness.
    AdaminCO
    AdaminCO
    Even Teddy has it in his signature, so I’d be willing to bet it’s meant to be a sign of peace and respect.
    As I’m sure that’s what BTF420 meant by it.
    Nick Tesla
    Nick Tesla
    We were talking about the RIP emoji
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