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02/08/13 5:06 pm

Only cause i take literally about a minute and a half to write.

02/07/13 9:32 am

It's still taught in school, my daughter learn it in 3rd grade

8ESBABY Houston
02/06/13 8:25 pm

They don't teach cursive anymore?!?! WOW.

iclaudiag Georgia
02/06/13 7:33 pm

They don't teach it in schools anymore.

pinkyusuck The Carribean. I wish.
02/05/13 11:31 pm

I just worked out a symbol for when folks want my autograph. Not my signature. My autograph.

pinkyusuck The Carribean. I wish.
02/05/13 11:29 pm

How do you not know how to write in cursive? I learned that at about 7 or 8 years old. You should learn. It's fun, and lends a sense of dignity on paper.

02/05/13 8:37 pm

Or wright in English

02/05/13 8:34 pm

It's print I don't know how to wright in cursive but its very hard to read

Happy Hong Kong
02/05/13 7:34 pm

It's been my New Year's Resolution to sign with an X for the whole of February. It's going fine so far.

02/05/13 5:46 pm

I tried briefly to develop a distinctive scrawled signature, as I have a 9 letter last name. Alas, I am compelled to form each and every letter! It is quite legible.

02/05/13 5:40 pm

My signature looks like how we were taught to write cursive.. It's legible but looks like a 3rd grader signed it

02/05/13 5:26 pm

I sometimes fight sentences announcing myself in signature spaces. As long as I do it consistently, it's a signature, right?

cornybread The Large Malus Fruit
02/05/13 4:05 pm

my signature is both ugly and illegible. but I can't really change it. it just sort of came about that way.

02/05/13 4:01 pm

My signature's a work of gorgeous art, but legible? Barely.

gonzoboy Arizona
02/05/13 3:49 pm

Thank you, Ms. Tops! I'm sorry I didn't see this before now, so, HAPPY EVENING to you! :)

barbearnj Dreaming of Banff
02/05/13 10:29 am

I have Catholic school penmanship!

02/05/13 9:50 am

Jack Lew

TopsQueen Oregon Coast
02/05/13 8:22 am

Mine used to be quite poor but I've really work to have a readable signature. I agree your name so very important thing if you sign your name to something you should standby it.

TopsQueen Oregon Coast
02/05/13 8:21 am

Good morning. Being in a business where you have to sign things I would imagine your's is quite lovely.

madeit Houston Area
02/05/13 8:07 am

Yes, and it should be. A person's name matters. Everything else is so de-personalized, but your name, your ability to read and write and be known for who you are- yet another awesome privilege we take for granted.

gonzoboy Arizona
02/05/13 7:48 am

Thanks, EB! Good morning!

02/05/13 7:27 am

I'm in the same boat. I said yes, because the first 4 letters (before it devolves into a squiggle) make it very easy to assume the rest of my 6 letter name.

sarah1911 Poolesville MD
02/05/13 7:01 am

Mine starts legible and drops off. So should I have answered yes or no? I answered yes since my first name (mostly) is legible.

RogueMom In a Hand Basket
02/05/13 6:56 am

Though, on a developmentally bright spot, I gave up on the ideals of having hearts and smiley faces incorporated into all my dotted letters.

RogueMom In a Hand Basket
02/05/13 6:56 am

I thought everyone (though mostly girls) developed their handwriting to fit their personality. My 7th grade logic told me this. I didn't realize until college that a lot of people just slap some lines on a page and call it writing. My 7th grade self would be horrified

kiera 55124
02/05/13 6:46 am

Of course not. I'm a doctor.

lazel fandom rehab
02/05/13 6:44 am

It takes forever to sign things but yes it's legible

02/05/13 6:43 am

Legible = copyable

02/05/13 6:35 am

Mine isn't real legible to start off with but those digital signature pads could turn a Monet into a preschool art project.

02/05/13 6:30 am

Mine is similar. My married and maiden names start with the same letter and have tall letters in the same place, both are completely illegible and I really didn't have to change much once I got married.

02/05/13 6:24 am

Mine is just a bunch of scribbles. Lol.

02/05/13 6:20 am

Work on improving it in your spare time. I completely changed my signature when I was around 30 because I didn't like my signature, either. I'm much happier now, and it didn't take me long at all to make the change.

02/05/13 6:18 am

Nice workaround. I've never seen that done before.

02/05/13 6:12 am

I had the same experience. And then around 30yo, I worked in an artistic environment and noticed how others I worked with had an extra flare when signing their names, and I began to work on my signature again until it was completely new and improved.

02/05/13 6:10 am

Cursive *and* all capital letters? Interesting. Especially since I rarely use cursive for capital letters.

EarlyBird Portland
02/05/13 6:10 am

Nothing short of what I was expecting. I'm sure it's beautiful.

gonzoboy Arizona
02/05/13 5:59 am

My signature is legible, beautiful, and calligraphic in quality.

jmw7477 Indiana
02/05/13 5:42 am

My signature is very legible. My husband's isn't. Sometimes when he does the digital signature for purchases, he just puts a smiley face.

HPNerd Hogwarts
02/05/13 5:40 am

Haha, nope. It's only two capital cursive letters, but it's impossible to decipher. XD

dreamitliveit IDLH
02/05/13 5:25 am

My signature is in cursive and all capital letters. It's legible, but I think it's easier for me bc I only have 7 letters total in my signature.

dreamitliveit IDLH
02/05/13 5:22 am

It's *your* signature! You decide what it looks like :)

PeppyHare Do a barrel roll
02/05/13 4:50 am

My last name is difficult to write fast. I have a lot of e's l's d's and o's all piled together, I gave up and now it's a drawn out squiggly line for most of it.

RogueMom In a Hand Basket
02/05/13 4:15 am

Yes, because my middle school experience taught me that girls had beautiful writing. Girls really perfected their writing to have a personality. When I got married I practiced my additional last name until it was flowing and pretty.