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    Mar 08, 2009 6:54 PM GMT
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    It's not just in english .. my handwriting sucks in every language I know..it looks like a dyslexic guy's handwriting while I'm pretty intellegent and successful in studies.. icon_cool.gif

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    Mar 08, 2009 8:25 PM GMT
    well I can read it clearly on the first attempt, so I would not consider it bad, unless you made a great effort to write it. I can relate to your thoughts though, I know I can write well, but I think, talk and write very fast, and I usually cannot read anything I write. I drives me batty. But I sometimes force myself to not scribble but to write properly and I can do it.
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    Mar 08, 2009 8:29 PM GMT
    I can read it so it's fine. My handwriting is almost completely illegible unless I make a conscious effort.
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    Mar 08, 2009 8:35 PM GMT
    Good to hear .. my handwriting is readable but it doesn't look good .. the letters point to all directions .. I never managed to have a good writing .. although when I was at elementary school my handwriting was the best among my classmates ..

    Would you mind sharing your handwriting ?
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    Mar 08, 2009 8:40 PM GMT
    Honestly, the handwriting doesn't bother me, but I'd replace "...that his..." with "whose" if it weren't already committed to paper.

    Actually, I'm concerned about people who spend too much time on their handwriting. I got a letter last year written with the most impeccable calligraphy I'd ever seen in a human. I met the woman last month, and she seemed normal, but I'm still fearful she'll have me cleaned, stuffed & mounted the next time I see her.
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    Mar 08, 2009 8:42 PM GMT
    Jeez, if my boss had handwriting THAT good we wouldn't need a support group to translate.

    I call that excellent.
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    Mar 08, 2009 8:45 PM GMT
    It wouldn't win any prize for aesthetics, but I kind of like it. If I needed a handwriting font for a design project, I might use this.

    But there are many people who have really atrocious handwriting and I can't understand why. This is something we're taught to do in school.

    I will say though that I think the art of handwriting is dead. I see letters and other papers written in the 1800s and earlier and see such meticulous attention given to the uniformity and fluidity of the handwriting. No one really cares about that anymore.
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    Mar 08, 2009 8:51 PM GMT
    Handwriting that is straight up and down indicates a suppression of one's feelings.

    Your word spacing is abnormally wide. This indicates that you are not comfortable getting close to other people. You may have tendencies to be suspicious, apprehensive, and even paranoid.

    Your strong tendency to print indicates that you subconsciously wish to conceal your true personality and feelings.

    The few connecting strokes you have are very angular. This indicates an aggressive individual: someone who is competitive, determined, serious about his work, and not easily influenced by others. Such a person may also be considered stubborn.

    All these characteristics support one another. So what I think about a guy whose handwriting looks like that is that he suppresses and controls his emotions. He is not open and warm. He keeps his psychological distance from others. He is a determined individual to the point of coming across as stubborn. He is going to seem stiff and unfriendly....at least, at first.

    Is that an accurate assessment of you, GHoSTic?
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    Mar 08, 2009 8:54 PM GMT
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    lol.. I changed it ..(different camera)..

    Caslon .. I like your analyzing .. but can't you figure that you from my forum posts instead of handwriting ?
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    Mar 08, 2009 9:00 PM GMT
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    lol.. I changed it ..(different camera)..

    Caslon .. I like your analyzing .. but can't you figure that you from my forum posts instead of handwriting ?

    You didnt ask me to analyze your forum posts, dumbass.

    And I will take that response as your psyche striking out because the analysis was too revealing and, as your handwriting indicates, you dont like to have your personality and feelings revealed. ... icon_wink.gif
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    Mar 08, 2009 9:00 PM GMT
    I think your handwriting is reasonably legible. I was able to make it out clearly. I get 50/50 comments on my handwriting. My first school was a private school and we were required to write in cursive. Then I went to public school and I took advantage of not having to write in cursive. So, my writing is a mixture between standard and cursive - for some it's easy and others illegible. It just depends on the reader.
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    Mar 08, 2009 9:08 PM GMT
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    Here's a sample from a course. What's worse is my professor's writing that I've dealt with for five years now.
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    Mar 08, 2009 9:08 PM GMT
    not to pat myself on the back or anything, but i have impeccable handwriting. i get comments at least once a week where people tell me it's the best they have ever seen. this is indicative of my incredibly anal personality though, so perhaps it's not a great thing after all icon_razz.gif

    i don't think your handwriting is bad at all though. there are a ton of people at work where i need translations or pictures to help decipher what they mean icon_biggrin.gif
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    Mar 08, 2009 9:10 PM GMT
    Handwriting isnt a function of the hand. It is a function of the brain....more like a brain print. Your brain controls your hand and your hand writing will reveal your brain function. Your handwriting will have a basic form conforming your basic psychological makeup. But your handwriting will vary will your emotions. When you are upset, your handwriting will showing it. When you are lying, your handwriting will show it, too.
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    Mar 08, 2009 9:11 PM GMT
    It's "whose" not "whos."

    I'm going to submit one in a sec when I get the scanner up.
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    Mar 08, 2009 9:12 PM GMT
    Caslon9000 said
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    lol.. I changed it ..(different camera)..

    Caslon .. I like your analyzing .. but can't you figure that you from my forum posts instead of handwriting ?

    You didnt ask me to analyze your forum posts, dumbass.

    And I will take that response as your psyche striking out because the analysis was too revealing and, as your handwriting indicates, you dont like to have your personality and feelings revealed. ... icon_wink.gif


    LOL !!! Well not all of the stuff you said are true ... icon_neutral.gif but you said good things .. that somehow reveal some stuff of some of my personality...
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    Mar 08, 2009 9:15 PM GMT
    I can't belive I made this spelling mistake ..

    Here I fixed it

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    Mar 08, 2009 9:20 PM GMT
    This is what I think of handwriting analysis:

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    I think the high, sharp strokes of the middle finger say more about me than my handwriting.
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    Mar 08, 2009 9:26 PM GMT
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    Here's a sample from a course. What's worse is my professor's writing that I've dealt with for five years now.

    I have mentioned the characteristics of straightness and printing above. A feature of your handwriting is an erratic baseline. This indicates moodiness, a tendency to laugh or cry more easily. (Well, look at your pic!). You show your emotional ups and downs.
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    Mar 08, 2009 9:30 PM GMT
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    Here's a sample from a course. What's worse is my professor's writing that I've dealt with for five years now.


    I like your handwriting .. it's so smooth.. and warm .. mmmmm

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    Mar 08, 2009 9:32 PM GMT
    Dead on. I wear my emotions on my sleeve.
    Maybe though this assignment has to do with a Bach two-part invention. Not the best little gems out there.
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    Mar 08, 2009 9:36 PM GMT
    mickeytopogigio saidThis is what I think of handwriting analysis:

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    I think the high, sharp strokes of the middle finger say more about me than my handwriting.

    Your erratic baseline shows your moodiness, emotional variability.

    Your connected letters shows that you are a highly connected thinker, sequential in thought and action....more likely to follow a sequential procedure...and more likely to become "disoriented" if you dont have a definite plan of action to follow.

    Your large handwriting shows you to be an extrovert.

    And that bit of extra space between the s and the l in Caslon, that was your brain having a little twinge of emotion/guilt at naming/attacking me directly. The pen kept moving while the brain was momentarily distracted by the emotion.

    Your graphic addition merely confirms all the above.
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    Mar 08, 2009 9:39 PM GMT

    But isn't the middle finger in the gay world mean "I love you" ? lol ..
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    Mar 08, 2009 10:01 PM GMT
    Caslon9000 saidYour erratic baseline shows your moodiness, emotional variability.

    No, I'm always angry. Consistently angry. In a positive way.

    Caslon9000 saidYour connected letters shows that you are a highly connected thinker, sequential in thought and action...
    Or it could be that I practiced writing "analyze this" several times before I committed to the style.

    Caslon9000 said...and more likely to become "disoriented" if you dont have a definite plan of action to follow.
    I've noticed lately how much a follower I am...good call. Oh, wait a minute...not! I fly by the seat of my pants without remorse.

    Caslon9000 saidYour large handwriting shows you to be an extrovert.
    An extrovert who went through three revisions on the sample, because I couldn't remember if I like to make my Zs a zig-zag or a loop.

    Caslon9000 saidAnd that bit of extra space between the s and the l in Caslon, that was your brain having a little twinge of emotion/guilt at naming/attacking me directly.
    Actually, that's somewhat on the right track, but I think it might have more to do with the way that I pronounce your name: Cas (space) Lon, like I'm Tarzan sounding it out to myself.

    Caslon9000 saidYour graphic addition merely confirms all the above.
    My graphic WAS the message. Graphology is bullshit.
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    Mar 08, 2009 10:10 PM GMT
    mickeytopogigio said
    Caslon9000 saidYour erratic baseline shows your moodiness, emotional variability.

    No, I'm always angry. Consistently angry. In a positive way.

    Caslon9000 saidYour connected letters shows that you are a highly connected thinker, sequential in thought and action...
    Or it could be that I practiced writing "analyze this" several times before I committed to the style.

    Caslon9000 said...and more likely to become "disoriented" if you dont have a definite plan of action to follow.
    I've noticed lately how much a follower I am...good call. Oh, wait a minute...not! I fly by the seat of my pants without remorse.

    Caslon9000 saidYour large handwriting shows you to be an extrovert.
    An extrovert who went through three revisions on the sample, because I couldn't remember if I like to make my Zs a zig-zag or a loop.

    Caslon9000 saidAnd that bit of extra space between the s and the l in Caslon, that was your brain having a little twinge of emotion/guilt at naming/attacking me directly.
    Actually, that's somewhat on the right track, but I think it might have more to do with the way that I pronounce your name: Cas (space) Lon, like I'm Tarzan sounding it out to myself.

    Caslon9000 saidYour graphic addition merely confirms all the above.
    My graphic WAS the message. Graphology is bullshit.

    Told you that you were moody and emotional.....I just didnt realize it was to this degree from just 3 little words. Take a deep breath, mickey. Now let it out slooooowly.