In an episode “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” Dennis and Charlie look for the less cartoony version of this man. They spend the episode trying to track him down, with a slightly better reason than they usually use for their schemes; people don’t take kindly to being told to quiet down in such a blunt manner.

If you find yourself in a situation in which you need someone to be silent and you don’t want to talk, tactfully use the Shush gesture to indicate that he or she needs to lower his or her volume.

This is the gesture version of “Shh”


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