Handwriting And Signature II.

Ursula and Cheerful Monk wish to know the results of my taking the quizzes on my earlier post.

The Handwriting Quiz. I am sorry I am unable to provide my original handwriting. This is post my ulnar palsy attack.

handwriting1. Average handwriting – Well adjusted/adaptable.
2. Narrow spacing between words – Can’t stand to be alone / Tend to crowd people.
3. Rounded letters – Artistic / Creative.
4. Connected letters – Logical and systematic.
5. Crossing the t in the middle – Confident / Comfortable in my own skin.
6. Closed O – Private / Introvert.
7. Dot perfectly over the i – Detail oriented / Organised / Emphatic.

My own take on 2. I like my solitude but do like company. I do not think that I tend to crowd people. And on 6, that is my first choice but I can be public and extrovert at need without discomfort, what is known as ambivert.

Other than these, I like what I see!

Signature. You can get some entertainment from an earlier post


1. Full first and last names? No. Keeping myself closed off from others in some way, creating a barrier.
2. Period after the name? No.
3. Ending with a squiggle or a long line? No.
4. Entire signature illegible? Yes. Don’t want people to see the real me.
5. Capital letters larger than the rest? Yes. Good self esteem.
6. Underline the signature? Yes. Self reliant.
7. Signature goes uphill? Yes. Optimistic, Cheerful.
8. Signature different from handwriting? Yes. I am not allowing others to see the real me.
9. Capitals extremely large compared to the other letters? Yes. Want to be well known, socially recognised, famous even!
10. In personal letters placing signature on the right side. Forward thinking and future oriented.

Here again I am puzzled with only one finding, the first one. I don’t think that I keep myself closed off from others in some way, creating a barrier. Other than that, I like what I see here too.

10 thoughts on “Handwriting And Signature II.”

  1. 😀 I’m really enjoying this! Incidentally, RR your handwritting is exactly like Appa’s. – Ditto – if I had known this I could have pressed upon YOU to reply to some of those letter from my Principal that Appa gave me grief over. 😀

    1. That is an interesting piece of information! I have not seen Murthy’s handwriting or his signature. If you have some specimens, please scan and mail to me.

  2. Dont worry, specially in signature point 7 is totally pro Righty… I am a left hander and had to start signing by tilting paper just to make my sign uphill!

    Secondly, if I sign in my mother tongue (say Hindi/Marathi) how would you analyse my sign? Capital Vs Small!
    KRD Pravin recently posted..Time is just a reference

  3. at my last Probus group meeting our speaking has a diploma in graphology – and he had us all writing out signatures and then he analysed them by asking questions…then some wrote paragraphs and he explained them to people. It was quite interesting especially when he could see that in their younger days they were xyz…
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  4. Your handwriting analysis tells me that you are well adjusted, Rummy. No big problems here.
    blessings ~ maxi

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