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May 2nd, 2012, 01:16 PM

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What does your handwriting look like?
I indite a terrible collection of squiggles, dots and barely discernible scripting.

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How would you say it reflects your personality?
............ Yes, like me it's messy and horribly fussy.

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Do you think penmanship is important in these days of technology?
I suppose it is, regretfully. People judge you by your signature. I wish I could write well but I lack the care to. One of my peculiarities.





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May 2nd, 2012, 05:43 PM

Mine is a mixture of cursive and print, which flows quite easily. I have very neat writing (it gets commented on) which I suppose would be a result of my childhood... my Mum would check my homework each night....if it wasn't neat enough, I would have to do it again. Also, any spelling mistakes would have to be re-written 5 times each at the end of the page.

How does it reflect my personality.... well, I suppose it would be my easy going nature with a slight perfectionist streak

I still value good handwriting...it's definately a skill that's dying. I do find that I don't use tech abreviations, though. I write everything out in full english...makes my texts very long



   
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