How's your handwriting?

<p>Hey guys, I want to know what everyone's handwriting looks like here on CC. Do you guys dot your "i"s with hearts? Do you write in cursive, print, or a conglomeration of both?</p>

<p>when I was in seventh grade. I remember I used to always end my signature with a heart. and my “i” with a heart dot thingie XD
But yeah, my handwriting is kinda real adult-ie. Like more adult-ie than most of my teacher o.O</p>

<p>And your handwriting is great (: looks really neat compared to mine XD</p>

<p>Yours is much better than mine OP. That is all lol</p>

<p>Some people’s handwriting is quite unique. It might not be a good idea to post it if your goal is to remain as anonymous as possible, especially if you have classmates on CC.</p>

<p>But to answer your question, I have really neat handwriting, both in print and cursive, but I prefer print. Hearts and smiley faces are a waste of time and kind of middle school, in my opinion.</p>

<p>People always say I have “teachers’ handwriting,” meaning the really neat handwriting of early elementary school teachers who teach kids how to write. I’ve actually had people ask me if I want to be a teacher based on my handwriting. My print and cursive are equally neat, but I prefer print.</p>

<p>Some kids in my school can’t write cursive because it’s never used. In some classrooms, it took some kids ten minutes to write the statement on the SAT in cursive. In other classrooms, the teacher had to write the cursive alphabet on the board.</p>

<p>When I was in 6th grade, I used to put a heart next to my name every time I wrote it. Nowadays my handwriting’s pretty neat and easy to read.</p>

<p>Haha, your handwriting looks like a neater version of my brother’s :slight_smile:
People say I have neat handwriting. If my letters look sloppy, I usually erase it and write it again. Kind of overboard, but oh well.</p>

<p>The only time I write in cursive is if I’m in a hurry.</p>

<p>^ I used to do that, but then I decided it doesn’t really matter if it’s neat or not. I’d have to try to make my writing look sloppy/illegible, but if my letters aren’t perfect, I just let them be.</p>

<p>Mine isn’t great but it’s adequately legible, usually. Print. Although when I’m rushing the letters run together.</p>

<p>It’s good enough that SAT/AP readers probably don’t mind reading my essays.</p>

<p>My handwriting is very difficult to read (i have been asked to take tests on the computer in some classes). I can make it legible if I concentrate, by that is tiring.</p>

<p>Oddly, when I was very young and just learning how to write teachers thought my handwriting was amazing - it was super small and neat.</p>

<p>Horrible, I was afraid I’d fail my AP tests because my handwriting would be too illegible. I forgot how to write cursive lol…so writing that agreement at the end of the SAT was lulzy to say the least…</p>

<p>i have really neat printing handwriting but my cursive sucks. When I’m feeling especially girly or i’m in a good mood, i dot my i’s with hearts</p>

<p>My print sucks. It consistently changes if I’m writing an essay or something. It’s really good if I’m meticulous about it, though. Also, my cursive is pretty good, but I never use it anymore.</p>

<p>I have multiple handwritings, depending on how much effort/time I put into it. Sometimes mine is a little too bubbly… sometimes it’s just plain weird (my thumb wiggles as i write, so my handwriting is uniquely awkward). </p>

<p>My cursive is better than anyone else my age that I know, because I went to an elementary school that didn’t overemphasize standardized testing.</p>

<p>I mainly write in print and only sign my name in script which is what you are supposed to do. I’ve always had amazing handwriting according to what everyone I know tells me including my teachers; I hate to brag. When I take notes I tend to write quickly and small, because I used to write slow and super neat which was very time consuming. My obsession with neatness has a lot to with my OCD lol.</p>

<p>Horrible lol!</p>

<p>My handwriting used to be atrocious. I made triangles of my lowercase A’s, B’s, and D’s, everything was squashed together, and it got to the point that I was given a handwriting tutor. >_>; I’ve taken strides to improve lately, though, so it’s passable nowadays. I hardly ever write in cursive.</p>

<p>^ Your parents didn’t just teach you themselves?</p>

<p>Handwriting’s awful. It seems I’m the only one who can read it. And it looks like a boy’s handwriting. My letters run together and don’t look right due to my constant invention of easier ways to write the letters. It seems I’m just always out for the fastest, most efficient way of writing–not the most legible. Perhaps I should learn shorthand…</p>



<p>I have no idea why. My memory’s pretty fuzzy.</p>