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    I'm in the U.S. and received no fancy pants instruction in penmanship. Of course my writing is probably the least interesting example here so far as a result, but I wouldn't mind having one of you have a looksie.

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    wtf???

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    Mine is mostly \\\ slanted, I think, but since I'm left handed should I apply the slant rule oppositely or something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    yeeeahhh.i do!
    samples on here somewhere...first or 2nd page i think...whataya got?
    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    okay just wrote something to look at...and maybe it doesn't slant much...hmm


    Small sample, but this is what I found out:

    - You are an uber-fluent person. You are easily able to go with the flow (of for example) conversations.
    - Optimist!
    - You are independent and able to keep a distance between you and people, but still able to connect deeply.
    - There are some traces of being analytical.
    - There is a chance you may be perceived you as sloppy.
    - You want to be noticed.
    - Curious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Negative_ View Post
    Mine is mostly \\\ slanted, I think, but since I'm left handed should I apply the slant rule oppositely or something?
    No, because you still write left to right. Although because you're left-handed, a left slant or upright writing is "easier" to do. You get less points docked off for the leftward slant.

    Your writing is relatively rounded though, there's a bit of an arch. Perfect margins. Smallish writing.

    Rule abiding. You're not unfriendly, but you tend to be reserved. Once people get to know you though, they'll find that you're kind-hearted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha Prime View Post
    - You are an uber-fluent person. You are easily able to go with the flow (of for example) conversations.
    - Optimist!
    - You are independent and able to keep a distance between you and people, but still able to connect deeply.
    - There are some traces of being analytical.
    - There is a chance you may be perceived you as sloppy.
    - You want to be noticed.
    - Curious.
    Say, that's a good start.

    ... Heheh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha Prime View Post
    Small sample, but this is what I found out:

    - You are an uber-fluent person. You are easily able to go with the flow (of for example) conversations.
    - Optimist!
    - You are independent and able to keep a distance between you and people, but still able to connect deeply.
    - There are some traces of being analytical.
    - There is a chance you may be perceived you as sloppy.
    - You want to be noticed.
    - Curious.
    hey...just saw this! thanks for that...very cool. i'd say it's pretty true yeah..interesting.

    Quote Originally Posted by persianness View Post
    Say, that's a good start.

    ... Heheh.

    what do you mean by that? haha...it was pretty good i thought.
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    Straight. It's right, I am pretty balanced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nonsequitur View Post
    Quick draft of my literature review from a few days ago. I decided not to write something specially for this thread because it wouldn't be authentic (when I make an effort my writing is neater).

    Smallish writing, fair amount of spacing between words and lines. Mostly rounded lettering but upright.

    To most people you are "nice" but aloft. You keep to yourself and likes your personal space. Independent.

    Good writing speed. Lines start off horizontal, pick up slight upward slant along page. Balanced letterforms (upper/lower zones) Tendency for middle zone to shrink in the middle of the word.

    You are thinker... sometimes when you become "excited" once an idea gets rolling. Excited probably isn't the best word here... more like you put in the energy to get things down on paper before it goes away sort of deal. Not the sort to freely share your thoughts though. (closed/filled loops for lower e's a's, shrinking middle zone)

    Not much margin on all 4 sides. You don't care for conventions too much? Practical/efficiency driven. Why waste the paper if there's room?

    Line down the center of page, page full of list items. *cough cough* J-much?
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    Quote Originally Posted by juggernaut View Post
    Fortunately I know how to write better than I take pictures (or upload them).

    So is that the writing of an eNTJ or an iNTJ?

    The paper is college-ruled in one, and wide in the other.
    I couldn't tell the pressure of the writing from your photos.... The writing showed up fairly faint in the large photo. However the lines are thick. Is this just a dull pencil or are you applying enough pressure to make indentation on the other side of the page and it's just bad quality from the photo?

    Writing classified as "small". Neat and rounded in appearance. Top section is in print while the rest is cursive? The upward curling t's and h's at the start of the word in the cursive writing is slightly "worrisome". Those are referred to as "support" strokes at the beginning of the word. (i.e. words don't stand on their own) Can suggest insecurity.

    I'd say the writing goes better along the lines of an introvert. However it's not your typical INTJ writing. (see nonsequitur's above )
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