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(Fark)   Why are most people so lazy with their signature? They start the first letter out, and then just scribble after that, and it is not readable. You can't identify whose signature belongs to who. What is with all the scribblers?   (fark.com) divider line 254
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2013-06-23 10:13:19 AM

Bedstead Polisher: I've discovered that a small number of Chinese people in Canada will just print their English first name on the signature line.

Looks like: J e n n y

Very legible, easy to duplicate if you know how they "sign".


One of my drunkard customers does this; but it takes him an agonizing three minutes.
I'm a proud scribbler. My mom actually told me to make my name harder to decipher when I was a kid.
And after my retail job wanted me to post my legal sig in public, well, what they get from me now is simply ridiculous.
 
2013-06-23 01:05:40 PM

Fjornir: The cool thing is (as I am told) that according to US Paper Law your signature is whatever you use as your signature. It doesn't matter about the letters or anything. I believe you could even do a stick figure.


Any time I'm required to sign one of those electronic devices that puts your signature on your receipt, I draw a fish. Nothing more, nothing less.
 
2013-06-23 06:38:06 PM
Southpaw here.  Also learned to bat and golf right handed but still throw with the left.
After years in the military my nice cursive devolved to look more like my dads, Initials with scribbles.
The electronic signature pads are tough enough for me to use with a stylus and darn near impossible without.

/Scribbler for life!
 
2013-06-23 11:07:24 PM
Ugh. I grew up being forced to learn cursive script and now in my old age, it's the only way I can write.  Signature, grocery lists, practically everything-I never learned how to print in a rapid fashion but can type very fast on a traditional keyboard.  I have horrid penmanship and always have, so the consequence is no one, not my significant other, bosses, friends, co-workers, no one can read my writing and it's been guessed at a few times what I meant ("refined beans" FTW, among many, many others) When I print, my printing is only marginally better and takes me longer and is still nigh unreadable.  Thanks FSM for email and texting, otherwise I wouldn't be able to communicate with another soul.
 
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