Handwriting

Discussion in 'Linguistics' started by Enmos, Jan 28, 2008.

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Right, or left-handed ?

  1. Right-handed

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  2. Left-handed

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  1. Kadark Banned Banned

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    My scanner works!

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  3. draqon Banned Banned

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    I can barely read it...
     
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  5. Enmos Staff Member

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    Awesome, thanks man..

    I have been reading about analyzing hand writings.. seems a bit bs to me though.
    I might try it on you guys tomorrow..

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  7. Orleander OH JOY!!!! Valued Senior Member

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    Oh, I thought it said Jim.

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    Your's is also old school classic. Especially the m's.
     
  8. Orleander OH JOY!!!! Valued Senior Member

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    Very nice. Your capital T's look like upsidedown capital D's that you do.
     
  9. S.A.M. uniquely dreadful Valued Senior Member

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    Interesting never noticed that.

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    That is my "fast" hand, I can write very fast using that script (take notes from lectures). I also have a "slow hand", but I'm too caffeinated for it right now.

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  10. draqon Banned Banned

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    from my analysis that is a handwriting of an Indian woman between the ages of 27-34, also I can see from the small "z's" in that sentence that she takes some extensive lectures and takes notes on them.
     
  11. darksidZz Valued Senior Member

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    Analyze mine dragon!
     
  12. draqon Banned Banned

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    I did. I can barely read it, your handwriting sucks totally, you gotta write better man.
     
  13. draqon Banned Banned

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    Although brother darksidZz, your poetic rhythm flatters me.
     
  14. sowhatifit'sdark Valued Senior Member

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    OK. I'll give it a lay shot.

    There is a base of evenness, even though the lines are graceful almost feminine. But as mentioned, evenness, all caps. It could almost be a font it is so consistant. So tactically flowing, strategically controlled with a strict aesthetic. If I shift this to interpersonal relations I would guess we have a person who is experienced by others as friendly, supportive, capable of being quite polite. I would make the leap to acting ability too. I think other might also experience a sense of not quite knowing who Enmos is. That something is withheld. A caution around intimacy and perhaps even concerns about being say, goofy, out of control, etc.

    Another thing that stands out are the gaps. the H in 'the'. Not all the lines meet. The 'n's fade in from nothingness. almost calligraphic strokes. There is a gestural element and this to me supports a withholding pattern in the personality. A caution about having the id seen. About appearing on the earth and fully being a specific individual. I would guess that Enmos could express very personal ideas and thoughts, but the manner in which these would be expressed might be more traditional, more controlled.

    Some metaphors.

    Enmos would be excellent at learning the forms of fencing. The teacher would put him in front of the group to display certain moves. But Enmos might not do so well in competition, lacking the fierceness, or resisting the urge to express it, and thus getting outspeeded and perhaps overwhelmed by the flurries of opponents.

    I would guess that those close to Enmos have appreciated when somethign pushed him to the wall and a lot of light came into his eyes - for example when he was really pissed off. Suddenly they saw the Enmos thay always felt was there behind the art deco facade and they got psyched. For Enmos such experiences were probably both a relief and embarassing. Perhaps even shameful.

    I would guess there were messages in the home about not shining, not taking up space and a certain distaste for vulgarity. I also get the feeling that Enmos was not really seen. Either there were a lot of siblings. Or being seen was a bit dangerous. Or artfully not being seen was rewarded.

    There. My hallucinations.
     
  15. Orleander OH JOY!!!! Valued Senior Member

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    anyone here ever seen an adults handwriting where they dot their i's with a smiley face or a heart? Its cringe-worthy.
     
  16. sowhatifit'sdark Valued Senior Member

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    smiley faces are the sign of the devil.
     
  17. Enmos Staff Member

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    Interesting thanks

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    Sadly your analysis deteriorates towards the end.. lol

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    I do not know how people normally develop their handwriting but I practically designed my own on purpose..
     
  18. shorty_37 Go! Canada Go! Registered Senior Member

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    So is adults using spongebob checkbooks for bills and putting stickers on the envelopes.
    I think that is more cringe-worthy then the smiley faces. Both are quite childish though.
     
  19. sowhatifit'sdark Valued Senior Member

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    Perfect. As I said strategic control.

    A new career awaits me. I on the other hand let my childish handwriting undevelop of itself. I did work on my signature which is now illegible. This seems to be the adult thing to do, to sign things with at most the first letters of the name legible, and these wild and larger than the other slurred letters. It gives me a sense of power to do this. It says to the world, not only that I have come of age, but that I do not have to care if people can read my name, such is my importance.

    And by the way. My analysis did not deteriorate, but either your childhood and family did not live up to the high standards of my theory, or your designing your own handwriting has, as intended, masked the real you, probably even from yourself.

    It goes without saying that the strength of a theory is its imperviousness to both misunderstanding and reality's inability to keep up.
     
  20. Enmos Staff Member

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    LOL whatever dude

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  21. Orleander OH JOY!!!! Valued Senior Member

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    LOL, good point

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  22. Fraggle Rocker Staff Member

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    Hey, I love Spongebob. "The Muppet Movie" is one of my top ten films. I read "Winnie the Pooh" for the first time when I was 30 and I have a tiny silver Piglet on my keyring so I always have Piglet in my pocket just like Christopher Robin. I was once president of a teddy bear collector's club and met some of the nicest people in my life. I talk to my dogs and they talk back. (All dogs do, it's just that some poor people can't hear them.) I put silly stickers on my letters to my wife.

    Please explain why any of this is more "childish" than making a multi-billion dollar industry out of watching a bunch of guys chasing a ball (like dogs), or a bunch of cars driving real fast in circles (like dogs chasing their tails).

    Or taking over somebody else's country and destroying it (like a bunch of really bad dogs).
     
  23. sowhatifit'sdark Valued Senior Member

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    Ah, you mock.
    Well, I have thrown down the glove.
    As the instigator of this thread, consider yourself challenged. I think, given the LOL, honor demands that you analyze one of the other handwritings and leave yourself open to mockery as well.
    Thou hast been challenged to open analysis.
     

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