Question:

Where did the expression "shoot a bird" come from?

Answer:

The expression to shoot a bird or the bird at some one is referencing a rude gesture usually flipping the middle finger at some one. It originated from archers who would pluck their bows with their middle fingers. It's not a very nice thing to do.

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