A recent advocate of the fist bump is the World Health Organization.

In 2006, due to fears of a possible avian flu pandemic, the WHO proposed using the elbow bump as a means of "keeping other people's cooties at arms length." Dr.

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Stretch: The former glamour model, 32, showed off her extreme flexibility and heaving cleavage as she donned a tiny ebony sports bra and matching skimpy high-waisted bottoms for a series of high octane yoga poses on the beach Casey Batchelor is out in Portugal catching some rays but not while relaxing it seems, instead practising her yoga skills on the beach.

Casey didn't seem to mind doing her downwards dogs in the sand wearing just swimwear either, in fact she seemed to be loving it, but what we're loving more is her sexy swimsuit.

The reductive surgery had taken her cup size from a 32GG to an E cup and at the time, she gushed that she had been pleased by its results.

However, several years on, Casey has now found that her assets have got bigger - which she revealed in an interview with Closer magazine: 'Weirdly my boobs have grown again since then (the reduction) and I'm back up to an EE or F.'Apparently it does happen if that's the way your body wants to be be and large boobs run in my family on both sides so I have to get used to it,' she said.

Priests, too, were wary of such contact with the former Kalaupapa Settlement residents, but as a sign of good faith they would touch elbows.

This greeting became popular among churchgoers of Hawaii in the early 1970s. More recently, Shaquille O'Neal demonstrated the derivative nature of the elbow bump in relation to the fist bump in 2004, when he dismissed Kobe Bryant's greeting with a half-hearted elbow bump.

Keeping her look natural for her morning toning routine, the star opted for statement brows, fluttery lashes and a slick of baby pink lipstick as she pouted into the distance.

Her caramel flecked tresses were styled into a bouncy blow-dry which flowed over her shoulders before she swept them up into a ponytail.

An early popularization of the elbow bump began outside the Kalaupapa Leprosy Settlement in 1969 with the lifting of the quarantine policy, which forced leprosy patients to live in an isolated peninsula on Molokai.