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(Yahoo)   The rest of her life is a disaster area but Lindsay has amazing handwriting   (omg.yahoo.com) divider line 101
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2010-07-08 10:20:55 PM
ne2d: impaler: Did she refer to herself as "LL"?

Now that I've actually read some of it, I wonder if those notes were written by someone else.


She may have been 'transcribing' this as the dates/violations were read out loud in court. I think I remember her frantically writing while they were talking about which classes she missed.
 
2010-07-08 10:33:11 PM
Man, my handwriting has gotten abysmal since I started using the computer for everything. I'm often embarrassed when I have to fill out a check, it usually looks like it was filled out by a second grader.
 
2010-07-08 10:36:28 PM
It's a lot better than my handwriting. Mine's virtually illegible, though still better than my little brother's--he had to drop a class in college because the professor didn't allow computers in class and he couldn't read his own handwriting to take notes by hand.
 
2010-07-08 10:40:52 PM
more interesting is that all the letters are in upper case, obviously signifying someone with a healthy ego and need for attention.
 
2010-07-08 10:52:23 PM
GAT_00: farkingismybusiness: GAT_00: Hey, green, liters can make fun of me too.

FarkinNortherner: GAT_00: Hey, green, liters can make fun of me too.

Speaking as a representative of Fark's great unwashed: Ha Ha

/can't afford Nelson jpegs


Now that was a nice response. *golf clap*
 
2010-07-08 10:54:10 PM
ne2d: oldebayer: This saddens me, because my life is a disaster area and I can barely read my own scribbling. :(

Same here. Recycled from a thread a while ago:


Not even close to mine. There are dogs with better handwriting than me.

Your handwriting seems to at least have a pattern, I can't even write a damned sentence before I've switched to some other arcane script.
 
2010-07-08 11:00:46 PM
Actually my previous comment doesn't quite describe it. Teachers generally react to my handwriting the way Linda did when Morbo flashed her on Futurama.

ordable.com
 
2010-07-08 11:14:04 PM
She's got nice ampersands.

/graphology hobbyist
//you people upthread? oh my
 
2010-07-08 11:15:01 PM
Ordell: So what is super meticulous handwriting indicitive of? OCD?

I think it indicates someone whose brain operates slowly. They have more time to fuss over each letter than someone who thinks quickly.
 
2010-07-08 11:18:41 PM
GAT_00: ne2d: oldebayer: This saddens me, because my life is a disaster area and I can barely read my own scribbling. :(

Same here. Recycled from a thread a while ago:



/man that took way too long
//stupid oversize image


I dont know if you're serious, but this is what I would assume was the writing of a 8-11 year old.
 
2010-07-08 11:21:05 PM
Some farker needs to grab the letters from the image and make it a font. I hearby vote we then name it "Lohan" and make it the official font of the fark entertainment tab.
 
2010-07-08 11:31:53 PM
I bought a car recently and traded my old one in. They brought out the documents to sign and they asked me what my signature was like. I told them it was basically scribbles. They told me that because it's a legal document, I had to sign in cursive with every letter completely legible.

I swear it was one of the most difficult tasks ever given to me.

/csb
//dig the lohan font idea
 
2010-07-08 11:38:17 PM
McManus_brothers: As a guy with excellent penmanship (and I get complimented on it surprisingly often) I'm getting a kick out of these replies.

How you doin'?

I have very nice printing if I do say so myself.

One dude back in high school had awesome block-style printing.

Very rare to come across a guy with legible or even half-way decent penmanship.

I'm actually impressed with Lindsay's penmanship

10/10

Taking notes diagonally on legal paper.

1/10
 
2010-07-08 11:39:53 PM
mesmer242: They told me that because it's a legal document, I had to sign in cursive with every letter completely legible.

You should have told them "BULLSHIAT!"
 
2010-07-08 11:42:08 PM
radioman_: She can always get a job lettering comic books.

GAT_00 or LL?
 
2010-07-08 11:46:22 PM
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/oblig
 
2010-07-08 11:59:44 PM
Wandarah: [Regarding GAT_00's writing sample] I dont know if you're serious, but this is what I would assume was the writing of a 8-11 year old.

I'm with you. Not sure why he's bragging about that handwriting, aside from the fact that it is legible.

Now THIS is some penmanship!
 
2010-07-09 12:01:27 AM
vrax: mesmer242: They told me that because it's a legal document, I had to sign in cursive with every letter completely legible.

You should have told them "BULLSHIAT!"


utterly. i have my sig down to 4 lines and a flourished shmear across the whole thing.. it's consistent and just has to be harder to fake than one written in schoolhouse cursive.
 
2010-07-09 12:03:12 AM
StormDawg: Now THIS is some penmanship!

I hate that person. My name never even looks the same when I write it. Keyboards ruined me very early on.
 
2010-07-09 12:13:41 AM
schattenteufel: It looks like it might be her attorney's notes. I'd be willing to bet money that it's not her writing.

So would I. Especially since it's spelled correctly, it's coherent, and doesn't have any texting abbreviations in it.
 
2010-07-09 12:32:14 AM
vrax: radioman_: She can always get a job lettering comic books.

GAT_00 or LL?


Where would one go to find a job lettering comic books anyway?
 
2010-07-09 12:37:35 AM
GAT_00: vrax: radioman_: She can always get a job lettering comic books.

GAT_00 or LL?

Where would one go to find a job lettering comic books anyway?


The local Comic Book Lettering Union hall I think.
 
2010-07-09 12:43:34 AM
My handwriting is horrid. I've only met one person with worse. I can usually read my own, but even if I'm seriously trying, I can't write in a way that is legible to others.

/lefty
 
2010-07-09 12:43:50 AM
555-FILK: McManus_brothers: As a guy with excellent penmanship (and I get complimented on it surprisingly often) I'm getting a kick out of these replies.

How you doin'?

I have very nice printing if I do say so myself.

One dude back in high school had awesome block-style printing.

Very rare to come across a guy with legible or even half-way decent penmanship.

I'm actually impressed with Lindsay's penmanship

10/10

Taking notes diagonally on legal paper.

1/10


Haha, how YOU doin'?

Actually, I rarely use it. It's faster just to use block handwriting. And my signature is basically my first initial, a scribble, my last initial, and a scribble. Yeah, I'm lazy.
 
2010-07-09 12:48:59 AM
I can't even read my own handwriting I just have an excellent memory. I don't even know why I write anything down. Even my printing looks like an epileptic chiseling hieroglyphics into a sponge.
 
2010-07-09 01:04:45 AM
Orwell called it "the neat handwriting of the illiterate".
 
2010-07-09 01:05:00 AM
They told me that because it's a legal document, I had to sign in cursive with every letter completely legible.

Bullshiat. An X will do. Your mark is your mark.
 
2010-07-09 02:09:32 AM
Ordell: So what is super meticulous handwriting indicitive of? OCD?

Ha ha, no. My BF is (diagnosed) OCD and even he can't read his handwriting.

/Wishes OCD meant everything has and is in it's place
 
2010-07-09 02:46:31 AM
OK, so I'm druink as hell and can't rememer my mom's maiden name, but after seing that handwriting i remeber.

My shorthand looks like Arabics.,
 
2010-07-09 03:21:54 AM
I'm a print guy myself - I like to be understood.
 
2010-07-09 05:57:32 AM

Fano
2010-07-08 09:07:02 PM
radioman_: She can always get a job lettering comic books.

Until she runs into the character CLINT FLICK

It is all in the font. Amirite?
 
2010-07-09 07:07:34 AM
people who write in cursive should shampoo my crotch.
 
2010-07-09 07:10:16 AM
I think all Fark comments from now on should have to be written out longhand, then scanned in and posted as an image.
 
2010-07-09 07:19:43 AM
Endraven: Orwell called it "the neat handwriting of the illiterate".

It seems you're the illiterate one, my friend. Since you obviously didn't read the article.

Lohan was a Straight-A Student who was particularly gifted in math. Most of the kids who go into the Disney Machine [tm] are. It's just that they get destroyed in the process.
 
2010-07-09 08:35:42 AM
Zap_Rowsdower: I think all Fark comments from now on should have to be written out longhand, then scanned in and posted as an image.

We sort of did that a while ago on TFD. That's what my f*rst p*st was recycled from. I even got some hand-drawn BIE.
 
2010-07-09 08:45:01 AM
Guysmiley: Ordell: So what is super meticulous handwriting indicitive of? OCD?

I think it indicates someone whose brain operates slowly. They have more time to fuss over each letter than someone who thinks quickly.


i rally hopwe so
 
2010-07-09 08:45:24 AM
PIP_the_TROLL: Lohan was a Straight-A Student who was particularly gifted in math. Most of the kids who go into the Disney Machine [tm] are. It's just that they get destroyed in the process.

This
 
2010-07-09 09:18:35 AM
Wonder how long it'll be until someone turns it into a font?
 
2010-07-09 09:30:36 AM
squidgod2000: Wonder how long it'll be until someone turns it into a font?

I've always wanted to turn my handwriting into a font.

*off to Google*

You can do it for 9 bucks apparently. Hmm...
 
2010-07-09 09:50:37 AM
okdaddio: You can do it for 9 bucks apparently. Hmm...

Wow, it was free back when I had mine made. (www.yourfonts.com) Glad I got in on the bargain deal.
 
2010-07-09 09:51:05 AM
IExpectAKill: OK, so I'm druink as hell and can't rememer my mom's maiden name, but after seing that handwriting i remeber.

My shorthand looks like Arabics.,


I actually have better handwriting in arabic than english. Going through school all of my teachers would yell at me for having sloppy handwriting. In arabic class, however, I supposedly had the best handwriting of the group. Go figure
 
2010-07-09 10:22:52 AM
PIP_the_TROLL: Lohan was a Straight-A Student who was particularly gifted in math. Most of the kids who go into the Disney Machine [tm] are. It's just that they get destroyed in the process.

That's really, really sad.
 
2010-07-09 10:56:44 AM
This: PIP_the_TROLL: Lohan was a Straight-A Student who was particularly gifted in math. Most of the kids who go into the Disney Machine [tm] are. It's just that they get destroyed in the process.

That's really, really sad.


Yeah, but they're destroyed in the name of entertainment, so that kind of softens the blow.
 
2010-07-09 11:49:44 AM
Where can you get Chloral Hydrate?
 
2010-07-09 11:57:36 AM
The smarter you are, the messier your handwriting. If your doctor's notes/prescriptions are legible, look out!

/extremely messy handwriting
 
2010-07-09 01:05:06 PM
Brick-House: I agree, it is pretty nice handwriting, but it seems to lean to the left a bit -- I wonder if shes a Libtard?



Free Lindsay!!!


Way to asshole up a perfectly good Lindsay bashing thread, jackhole.
 
2010-07-09 01:06:04 PM
animal900: The smarter you are, the messier your handwriting. If your doctor's notes/prescriptions are legible, look out!

/extremely messy handwriting


You can't possibly believe that, I mean, really?
 
2010-07-09 01:13:20 PM
DansLaLuna:
You can't possibly believe that, I mean, really?


You must have very tidy penmanship.

It's been proven several times. In medical journals.
 
2010-07-09 01:39:00 PM
I do not have "tidy" penmanship. Highly intelligent people sometimes write illegibly when they are thinking faster than they are writing. Lazy people write illegibly because they are too lazy to practice writing in the first place. You could also have messy handwriting because of poor hand/eye coordination or ADD. There are so many factors to a person's writing: the way they think, feel, communicate. I was simply stating that to say that having messy writing makes you smart is very panoptic
 
2010-07-09 04:01:54 PM
Look it up, it's in Medical Journals like I said.
 
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