Originally posted by illustrator
Houston, TX - "H" instead "K" alike "kiss"
Dallas, TX - "D" use tap over left or right head
Austin, TX - "A" and move like 7
San Antiono, TX - "G" - sort of "turkey"
Lubbock, TX - "L" use tape over left or right head
El Paso, TX - (cool sign!!!) "O" on left hand and "L" on right hand - "L" move forward and back and forward...
Ahh... our sign for Lubbock, Texas is L on the right side of forehead slightly above the ear just like Dallas.
Our sign for El Paso is "E" on either left or right hand and "L" on either right or left hand- "L" move forward and backward and forward.
Most of my deaf friends' sign for Lubbock is almost like Dallas.
Curious, Illustrator, why does that sign language for Lubbock as like tape on either left or right hand? I never see that before!