Is your signature legible?
Only cause i take literally about a minute and a half to write.
It's still taught in school, my daughter learn it in 3rd grade
LOL! R u serious?!?!
They don't teach cursive anymore?!?! WOW.
They don't teach it in schools anymore.
I just worked out a symbol for when folks want my autograph. Not my signature. My autograph.
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.
It's not chicken scratch.
Or wright in English
It's print I don't know how to wright in cursive but its very hard to read
It's been my New Year's Resolution to sign with an X for the whole of February. It's going fine so far.
Mine too! :)
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.
My signature looks like how we were taught to write cursive.. It's legible but looks like a 3rd grader signed it
I sometimes fight sentences announcing myself in signature spaces. As long as I do it consistently, it's a signature, right?
my signature is both ugly and illegible. but I can't really change it. it just sort of came about that way.
My signature's a work of gorgeous art, but legible? Barely.
Thank you, Ms. Tops! I'm sorry I didn't see this before now, so, HAPPY EVENING to you! :)
Rocky Mountain high!
I have Catholic school penmanship!
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.
Good morning. Being in a business where you have to sign things I would imagine your's is quite lovely.
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.
Thanks, EB! Good morning!
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.
Mine starts legible and drops off. So should I have answered yes or no? I answered yes since my first name (mostly) is legible.
Though, on a developmentally bright spot, I gave up on the ideals of having hearts and smiley faces incorporated into all my dotted letters.
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
Of course not. I'm a doctor.
It takes forever to sign things but yes it's legible
Legible = copyable
Mine isn't real legible to start off with but those digital signature pads could turn a Monet into a preschool art project.
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.
Mine is just a bunch of scribbles. Lol.
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.
Nice workaround. I've never seen that done before.
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.
Cursive *and* all capital letters? Interesting. Especially since I rarely use cursive for capital letters.
Nothing short of what I was expecting. I'm sure it's beautiful.
My signature is legible, beautiful, and calligraphic in quality.
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.
Haha, nope. It's only two capital cursive letters, but it's impossible to decipher. XD
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.
It's *your* signature! You decide what it looks like :)
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.
Male vs female. Hahahha
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.