So, I happened to stumble upon an interesting video recently. [YOUTUBE]lSzqsNDxpUM[/YOUTUBE] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSzqsNDxpUM Now, I think it's fair to say that most people guess someone's gender based on their writing, but is there really a natural difference between the sexes? The video discusses possible reasons for why (generally) girls are perceived to have neater hand writing. She also mentions that she has terrible handwriting, and is also left-handed (like me!) I know that left-handers tend to be seen as having bad handwriting (it's sometimes used as a joke, my mind thinks of that seen in the Inbetweeners where they joke about a piece of bad handwriting and how it must've been written by a left-hander). Now before you start getting mad at me, I know that there are left-handed people who have spectacular handwriting, however I am not one of them. I'm left-handed but my handwriting is just "eh", I mean, it's clearly readable but I can't write in cursive (I've tried, at school I was always kept behind to practice, they were very particular on how we were supposed to write but I was always terrible at it, as a result I have this weird mixture of cursive letters that show up occasionally in mostly printed letters). People always joke about doctors having terrible writing, which is interesting. Is there any truth to that stereotype? I remember one time, I came across a guy who had almost identical writing to me, it was weird. So much so, that when we'd work in pairs and would share the same sheet, we'd sometimes forget how'd written what, and it'd take a while to figure it out. It was uncanny really. :/ I don't suppose that happens very often, does it? I suppose with similar upbringing, maybe. Hmm... :eusa_thin So what do you think? What's your handwriting like? ---------- Post added 21st Dec 2016 at 12:54 AM ---------- *scene in the Imbetweeners, not seen. ---------- Post added 21st Dec 2016 at 12:55 AM ---------- *Inbetweeners, not Imbetweeners. -What is wrong with me today? ---------- Post added 21st Dec 2016 at 12:57 AM ---------- *who'd written what, not how.