I write, I type, I swype


I write, I type, I swype.

black text on gray background
writing and handwritings (Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com)

“This, is the worst handwriting I have ever seen!… Who is this boy, XYZ?” The teacher waved the exercise book in the air. He looked left, and he looked to the right of the classroom.

XYZ stood up. But the teacher did not see her. ” Where is XYZ?” So the boys at the back pointed towards the girl.

“You? You are XYZ? (His voice softened a bit, but still disapprovingly) You must improve your handwriting. It is like ‘cakar ayam’ (chicken scribblings)!”

XYZ’s handwritings has improved a lot since, after that initial public embarrassment. But that was after many hours, many days of determined practices

boy studying and doing his homework
I write (Photo by RODNAE Productions on Pexels.com)

Don’t judge a person by one’s handwriting. Bad handwritings don’t always reflect a male’s work! Or only ladies have nice handwritings!

But today, we don’t need to write so much, right? We type most of the time on computers and on mobile. My hand has almost forgotten how to write.

female colleagues working together on laptop
Typing (Photo by Gabby K on Pexels.com)

Then comes the mobile and swyping apps. “I watched you from behind your shoulder. You can type so much and so fast on your mobile! You were sweeping all over the little screen! How did you do that?”

“I swyped, that’s why!” A note on blogging comments. I swyped the ‘correct’ words, but it was published, a totally different words! 🀦 it was so embarrassing. I wish the receiver blogger would edit it when prompted from my end. Failing which, I wasn’t keen to comment on her/ his posts thereafter.

portrait photo of smiling woman in black t shirt and glasses using her smartphone
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So, happy writing, typing, or swyping, whatever!

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      1. Actually, there have been times when even I could ( not) read what I wrote. I have stared at something for a long time before finally giving up, never knowing what was scrawled across that paper.

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  1. I was the last person to receive a pen at school, because my writing was so bad. However, over the years I improved it to the point where people would say “you have nice handwriting.” These days, of course, I don’t need a pen as you point out in your post. I still make handwritten notes from time to time because it is quicker than logging on somewhere and recording the information. That being said, it can be quite tiring to do this. One day I might try voice memos using my computer, smart phone etc. In the past I never used dictaphones or anything like that. They seemed to waste time rather than deal with any matter effectively 😊

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    1. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ can you read your own handwritings then?
      Some people can’t read their own handwritings in the evidences they produced in courts. Something to think about!

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