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12 November 2004 @ 08:18 pm
if wishes were horses, i'd have a pony!  
sometimes i wish i had "girly" handwritting. it can be very pretty. nothing too ornate, just...you know, handwritting that when you see it you can tell a girl wrote it.

my writing is legible, but by no means a work of art. my cursive and printed handwritting are equally bad/good. with more focus, i can write with some semblence of style, but it's not often that i try to do so. and don't even ask about my japanese handwritting. if you thought it was hard to write quickly and neatly in englsih...oy (oi).

that ends this random thought.
Mood: messy
neural network: A: flapper ashleyashliana on November 13th, 2004 02:14 pm (UTC)
yeah, i know what i mean. handwriting that makes you feel kinda good and soothed to read.

well... mine is definitely not that! mine's pretty masculine and illegible, i think.

i wouldn't mind have bit more recognizably girl handwriting either.

...christmas? hehheh.
just johnjustjohn on November 14th, 2004 07:51 pm (UTC)
If wishes were horses, my head would weigh tons, and smell awful!
Ed-gar Mack-Feydolorouschilde on November 15th, 2004 06:02 am (UTC)
At least yours is legible, ne? I actually rather like it. Particularly your initials, but then I see them a lot.

Mine is wholly illegible, a scrawl so indecipherable as to verge on archaic. It's truly stunning. I have to translate anything I write for people who are attempting to read it, unless I am intentionally writing for others.

I really think that my handwriting acts more as a mental trigger for me than it does as a system of symbols for others to understand. I get more when reading my writing out of the word length and punctuation than I do the actual letters, which most of the time I can't even make out. Shown one word that I have written, I often can not read it. Also, I'm cross-posting this to my LJ because I enjoyed writing it.