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Carrie Fisher tragically died at the age of 60, leaving behind an inspiring legacy both on and off the screen.
During her stardom, the actor - famous for her role as Princess Leia in the original Star Wars trilogy - often gave the finger to the press, so much so that it's almost her signature pose.
There are a lot of these.
And we hear you ma'am.
Me with Carrie Fisher flipping the bird! #starwars #wtf #forceawakens #wampa #slaveleia #drunk #tbcc #princessleia http://t.co/EP5sg3KtQj — Jeremy WampaDude (@Jeremy WampaDude)
@FreddieCampion @semanticpoetry You missed my favorite: https://t.co/83KBtRXVUc — Katethulhu (@Katethulhu)
@FreddieCampion @hypatiadotca here's one more for you https://t.co/xIlHdKyL3W — Keith (@Keith)
We will deeply miss Carrie Fisher giving us the middle finger https://t.co/4EJNafrkok — Meme Christopher Udo (@Meme Christopher Udo)
There really is quite the wealth of images of Carrie Fisher flipping the bird on the internet. ❤ https://t.co/0tzLO9I9Ko — Danny Sigelman🙌🏼 (@Danny Sigelman🙌🏼)
Carrie Fisher's middle finger appreciation post🖕❤️ @carrieffisher https://t.co/LiNaMpJqUH — cailey loves padmé; (@cailey loves padmé;)
If you need a pick me up right now I highly recommend googling "Carrie Fisher Middle Finger" https://t.co/Chemnkw0JB — Anne Thériault (@Anne Thériault)
This isn't necessarily how the icon might like to be remembered, but no image of her will ever look real without her middle finger up.
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