How to Sign “Bathroom” in Sign Language

This is a sign that most people might already know – you may have learned it in elementary school to signal to your teacher that you needed to go to the bathroom. Here’s a refresher so you know how to excuse yourself to do your business!

Signing “Bathroom”

  1. Hand shape: Form your dominant hand into a “T” handshape
  2. Hand location: Bring your hand to about chest level
  3. Movement: Shake your dominant hand
  4. Facial expression: Keep a neutral facial expression

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