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  • Tends to the left

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    i can't analyze my own. i don't trust me not to kiss my own ass.
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    some free writing... what does it supposedly mean if it isnt straight on the right side?


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    It looks very right slant to me grayscale...

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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    A person's age and nationality have as big an impact on their handwriting as their temperament. Most people over about 40 in English speaking countries have been taught rightward slanting script and Germans have been taught a style in school that makes very rounded letters (they used squared paper to practice and each letter had to fill a square). The French have traditionally been taught a very loopy and curly style of script, and in recent decades the British have been taught a "straight up" and plain style. To say nothing of people whose native language doesn't use the Latin alphabet or people whose does, but have learned non-Latin script languages such as Russian, Greek, Arabic etc. If you don't take into account the script a person was taught in school, any guesses you make as to what their writing says about them risk being quite far off.
    That explains littlelinguist's and blackmail's writing.


    Quote Originally Posted by Grayscale View Post
    some free writing... what does it supposedly mean if it isnt straight on the right side?
    It's both... or rather left + right. It's in a special class on its own. Variable slant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    Yeah, why don't many others slant to the left? I'm one of the four in the poll that does this. >_>
    Three...I lied... o.O

    So wait. If handwriting is big then little, what does that mean? Because big is supposed to be many sporadic ideas, but if you switch back and forth...I guess...you're indecisive?
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    Scruffy .. Yuck
    Last edited by Saslou; 05-28-2009 at 05:39 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mippus View Post
    handwriting to the left because I turn the paper so much when I write on it...
    I write with a major left slant unless I turn the page (& then there's still a slight slant). I do the 45 degree angle, then twist my arm & lean my head to write straight (I though this was normal?).

    I tend to print with large, rounded letters & a little flourish. It can be neat if I take the time, and people actually like it, but I usually don't have the patience so it's a bit messy.

    My ESFP sister does the squished bubble squares. MY ISFJ mom has this elegant, perfect cursive handwriting....neither my sister nor I got that from her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by saslou View Post
    Scruffy .. Yuck
    *is puzzled by the strange "caps" within the sentence... Are you a native/fluent English speaker? (although I do see you're from UK...)

    e.g. Confident, Small, Sad, Aware.

    Strange emphasis on those words suggest you might be trying to convince yourself that they're true... Paired with a larger signature at the bottom of page. (public image might be a projection which you don't really believe in)

    This goes against the upward slant of the writing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sade View Post
    I'm right handed and my writing tends to right.

    First person with a lighter hand in this thread

    Flow of writing... seem to for the most part take the path of least resistance, but with forethought of where to go. (Th formation). They say large loops in "d" indicate sensitivity. In particular to other people's comments towards self.

    Right slant but rather large spacing between words. Not reclusive, but prefers to have some personal space. Overall balanced letterforms and line spacing with horizontal word endings. Internal focus in maintaining "balance" - clear thinking, objectivity. You try not to be influenced by others, but other people's comments can hurt you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaula View Post


    Okay, now psycho-analyse me.
    You try to get everything done right while being efficient. There's a tendency to give your work a once over before moving on. (careful i dots, for the most part... word ending curls backwards slightly, rapidly crossed t-bars)

    Smallish writing, no loops in ascenders and descenders. Mostly a quiet person. Rapid efficient movements. Again suggests you get everything done is a timely manner. No frills for you.
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