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JoePepitone
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Member since Feb 2014
8003 posts

re: What makes your handwriting go to hell?
My cursive used to be decent. My printed writing was excellent. Failing eyesight and lack of use on both has left cursive virtually illegible and printing isn’t what it used to be.


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Rando
USA Fan
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Member since Apr 2015
20845 posts

re: What makes your handwriting go to hell?
Look at my signature

I write like a boss


91TIGER
Houston Astros Fan
Lafayette
Member since Aug 2006
14844 posts

re: What makes your handwriting go to hell?
I only print as well. I have not used cursive since high school and that was well over 30 years ago. As someone already stated, use it or lose it. My cursive in not legible, AT ALL. I can type like hell though


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JoePepitone
LSU Fan
Waffle House #1494
Member since Feb 2014
8003 posts

re: What makes your handwriting go to hell?
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Look at my signature
I even mess that up from time to time.

I was once selected for a federal jury pool. We were required to submit a written questionnaire - I printed mine. When my turn came around to address the court the Judge interrupted me and stated “Mr. Pepitone, your handwriting surpasses everyone in this room.”


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Cracker
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Member since Nov 2009
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re: What makes your handwriting go to hell?
Stroke


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The Korean
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Denham Springs, LA
Member since May 2008
1417 posts

re: What makes your handwriting go to hell?
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taught in school


This is a very sore subject almost 30 year later. I have never been able to write in cursive. When I was in school my teachers would deduct points in all subjects. How is cursive relevant in an essay response in History? I also got slammed for writing too small, I don't mean like so small you can't read, but small like teacher had to put on reading glasses. My print is what I consider neat and others have said the same. I never understood it, especially when after school, not a soul cared anymore.


Bruco
Wisconsin Fan
Charlotte, NC
Member since Aug 2016
1782 posts

re: What makes your handwriting go to hell?
My signature has degraded into a couple squiggly lines. At this rate it’ll just be an “X” in about 10 years.

Writing isn’t much better. I actually feared something was going wrong, but my typing is probably faster than ever


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DeltaTigerDelta
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Member since Jan 2017
4051 posts
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re: What makes your handwriting go to hell?
The same thing that makes you go blind.


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Reservoir dawg
Mississippi St. Fan
Member since Oct 2013
10479 posts

re: What makes your handwriting go to hell?
I used to slant my sentences and long words when I'd write on chalkboards or whiteboards as a school boy. I guess this means something..


Potchafa
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Member since Jul 2016
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re: What makes your handwriting go to hell?
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Member since Oct 2017
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re: What makes your handwriting go to hell?
My handwriting is actually getting better as I age. Not calligraphy level but sometimes I go to write things and I can’t believe it’s my own handwriting considering it used to be so bad.


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SlidellCajun
LSU Fan
Slidell la
Member since May 2019
3642 posts

re: What makes your handwriting go to hell?
I had to write out a check for 7 figures and my hand was literally shaking


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FLTech
USA Fan
Cumming, Georgia
Member since Sep 2017
6218 posts

re: What makes your handwriting go to hell?
I have always written with my left hand and just thought I had shitty handwriting. A few weeks ago I went to get my 45 year old check up and he informed me that I am actually right handed. Now when I write. Advertisers are wanting to hire me because of my penmanship. It is really beautiful

Can’t believe I missed out on all of those millions over the years


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S
Texas Southern Fan
RIP Wayde
Member since Jan 2007
119818 posts

re: What makes your handwriting go to hell?
My cursive is nowhere near the level it was in elem school


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TJG210
LSU Fan
New Orleans
Member since Aug 2006
26931 posts

re: What makes your handwriting go to hell?
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What makes your handwriting go to hell?


Always in a hurry and lack of care


redstick13
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Member since Feb 2007
31289 posts
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re: What makes your handwriting go to hell?
Mine went to poo around the time I stopped using this paper.



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Tiger in Texas
Southeastern LA Fan
Houston, Texas
Member since Sep 2004
18914 posts

re: What makes your handwriting go to hell?
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My penmanship used to be immaculate.


When I was very young, mine was too, even dispite being a lefty. But over the years, my handwriting is almost illegible. I blame age, or maybe I just don't care, or could it be just trying to write too fast...who knows...


LSUA 75
LSU Fan
Colfax,La.
Member since Jan 2019
1520 posts

re: What makes your handwriting go to hell?
I had nice handwriting for years,now I have arthritis in my thumb and it’s still legible but not as nice.


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TheDeathValley
LSU Fan
New Orleans, LA
Member since Sep 2010
13139 posts

re: What makes your handwriting go to hell?
Singing my name 50-100 times a day in my last job. It turned into a squiggly line. I rarely hand write anything anymore. Cards or letters are in cursive.


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Auburn80
Auburn Fan
Member since Nov 2017
2861 posts

re: What makes your handwriting go to hell?
My first job approving invoices. Signing your name 200 times in a row will reduce it to nothing. After 40 years my employees knew what my “Mark” was. It was not decipherable as a signature.


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