Adult friend finger
The behavior has high levels of comorbidity with anxiety and depression.
Body-focused repetitive behaviors are not thought to relate to self harm like cutting, but I can personally trace their appearance in my life to the erosion of my more overt forms of self injury.
Oh, yah, and since they aren’t - they’re blue, like smurfs, yet they turn purple whenever tickled on the belly, which is something they seem to rather dislike, since they start biting and scratching when it happens, for no good reason, I might add.” ― tags: addition, back, better, bite, biting, blue, books, cheap, cheapness, chill, chilly, cold, color, colour, dead, death, discount, dislike, dislikes, drag-queen, drag-queens, finger, fingers, fortune, gain, ghost, ghosts, half-price, haunt, haunted, haunting, hauntings, illiterate, improvement, internet, jarod-kintz, lives, massive, meow, naked, nakedness, nothing, nsa, personal, portal, portals, promotion, purple, qinn, queen, quinns, reasoning, relatives, scratch, scratches, scratching, smurfs, spirits, suspicious, tickle, tickled, tickling, time-travel, time-traveling, winter, writing “Hesitantly, I touched the stump where my finger used to be.
It can be used in a range of contexts: by celebrities when photographed by paparazzi, by drivers expressing road rage, or among friends in a playful manner. As with the actual gesture, the emoji may be considered extremely rude and inappropriate, especially in formal contexts.