Put a bird on it (your body).
Photo: Nasty Gal/Larks Purlane/ASOS/Ali Express/Supreme/Gadgets and Gear/Cool Material/Ebay/Dr. Jay's
As I'm sure you've all heard by now, we are getting new emojis. We're getting over 250 new little icons to send to our friends, but, LBR, the only one anyone cares about is the middle-finger emoji. How many times a day do you wish you had a middle-finger emoji? For me, it's upwards of 10, probably. Starting in July, it will likely be the only emoji I ever send. To celebrate our excitement for the new/best emoji, we found the best middle-finger swag on the internet and rounded it up for your enjoyment.
Until we have a tiny hand flipping the bird on our phones, let's drape our body in this stuff.
This Mickey Mouse-esque hand-print sweatshirt will let everyone know you are ready for a cartoon hand flipping people off in your life. You're so ready you're wearing a sweatshirt in June.
Photo: Ali Express
If you want to wear these socks to work or school without being straight-up offensive to some people, you can hide them under boots. You'll know they're there but no one else will. TEE HEE.
Photo: Style Feen Shop
You can't control when you're flipping someone off while you're wearing these glasses, but maybe just run into certain lights every time you feel like it? Plus holograms are so hot right now. Imagine how many Tumblr reblogs these bad boys will get.
Photo: Gadgets and Gear
Rain sucks. This umbrella lets people know how you feel about it.
Small, but powerful. You can pin this li'l guy somewhere discreet or in, like, the center of your shirt if you wanna let people know how you really feel.
Photo: Nasty Gal
The finger on this necklace faces down, so it is perhaps the most subtle of all the options in this collection. It is also one of the few options that you can wear all day, every day, if you so choose.
Photo: Cool Material
Ugh locks are so annoying. Your lock will take the hint when you use this key.
Photo: Trill 99
A subtle and pixelated hand on the back of a T-shirt? Casual, yet edgy. Just like me, amiright?
Photo: Dr. Jay's
YAAAS. I love this hat. Skeletons can't move their fingers but if they could, this would for sure be their fave position to rest their fingers in.
Photo: Larks Purlane
A constant companion in your ear, these earrings are small but let everyone else know your default position. I probably wouldn't wear them to, like, a job interview, but while chilling on your couch? The perfect accessory.
Photo: Halloween Adventure
Oh, and this is my Halloween costume for next year so no one steal it. It, for some reason, is described as "men's" but IDGAF.