The Language of a Parasol: Carrying it elevated in left hand. Desiring acquaintance. Carrying it elevated in right hand. You are too willing. Carrying it closed in left hand. Meet on the first crossing. Carrying it closed in right hand by the side. Follow me. Carrying it over the right shoulder. You can speak to me. Carrying it over the left shoulder. You are too cruel. Closing it up. I wish to speak to you. Dropping it. I love you. End of tips to lips. Do you love me? Folding it up. Get rid of your company. Letting it rest on the right cheek. Yes. Letting it rest on the left cheek. No. Striking it on the hand. I am very displeased. Swinging it to and fro by the handle on the left side. I am engaged. Swinging it to and fro by the handle on the left side. I am married. Tapping the chin gently. I am in love with another. Twisting it in the left hand. I love another. Twirling it around. Be careful; we are watched. Using it as a fan. Introduce me to your company. Biting the tips. I wish to be rid of you very soon. With handle to lips. Kiss me.