One-liner Wednesdays #34

Handwriting

(noun)

What would be an excellent means of communication and a way of gathering admiration if beautiful, but can create much dispute if it’s unrecognisable and/or unreadable especially if it happens to be your study notes, presentation points or worse, the minutes of the meeting that you had hastily scribbled down.

This post was written in response to today’s One Liner Wednesday challenge from Linda G. Hill. The challenge, as the name implies is to come with a one-liner. Please click on the link to know more about the rules of this challenge and/or to read the other entries by my fellow bloggers.

My Wi-Fi connection is MIA. I hope that it’ll be fixed soon. So it may take me a while to get around to your blogs!

Do you have any handwriting stories (good and bad!) to share? The comments section is all yours.

Wherever you are, I hope you are safe and well. Take care.

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59 thoughts on “One-liner Wednesdays #34

    1. Oh yes, I’ve heard that there are so many things you can know about a person just by analysing their handwriting. Wow, that must have been really tough. But in my case, my handwriting has progressively worsened over the years πŸ˜‚

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  1. Writing on paper is the bestπŸ˜‹ typing is tedious, even if my writing may not be at fine and beautiful πŸ˜‚still writing down things on paper lets you express your feelings broadly and clears your mind, well it happens with me atleast πŸ˜…

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    1. Lol. That’s a very effective way to safeguard notes against theft. πŸ˜‚
      And yes, writing has shrunk dramatically but occassionally when I’m working on a story, I write it down because it helps me plan the plot better.

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