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    No Cigar Litvyak's Avatar
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    Taking notes (top speed):



    It's kinda sloppy.

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    Let's see... intelligence studies, national security, foreign intelligence... that's about all I understood. It looks like a foreign language!

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    It is a foreign language These are the only words in english, (mostly) everything else is hungarian. Sorry about that.

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    A friend of mine (INTJ) writes quite similar.

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    I have a horrible handwriting. I attribute it to the fact that i've largely used computers since I was three years old.
    There's like a threshold I go over once I have been writing for a few hours.
    Once I reach that, it becomes pretty nice and stays that way as long as I make a conscious effort out of it.
    I sometimes go out in nature to write my book, and I do that by hand.
    Suffice to say, I oftentimes become so absorbed by the stuff in my head that I forget about my stupid handwriting...

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    According to the people which surrounded me in lifetime, I have a very messy handwriting, and most of my teachers at least once complained about it and encouraged me to do something about it. Obviously I did not care too much. Though, sometimes at the start of a writing I tried to put a bit effort into it, but the longer it goes on the longer I forget about myself. When I write, I don't concentrate much on the act of writing but on what I write. I never put much value on how my writing looks, I cared always only on what the words were which have been written.

    It happened in my Latin course 1-2 times again that I wrote the exams first in a messy way and then copied it again in a bit better handwriting, since I never needed the whole exam time.

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    I am terrible at handwriting. I start with a small letter and sometimes I use big letters in the middle of words
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    Here's mine ♥♥♥

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    None of any relevance. MBTI type has very little to do with the kind of mental, physical and neurological traits associated to handwriting.
    You can always recognize an ESTJ from his handwriting.

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    “No one can get out of his own skin. We act as our psychological past, i.e., as our cerebral organization dictates. For this reason, we are bound to expose ourselves in the association experiment in exactly the same way as we do in our own handwriting." C.G. Jung 1906

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