Daily Hilarity: Handwriting Changes

From The Oatmeal’s blog.

Boy this one hits close to home, my hand gets tired so fast when writing by hand. I don’t know how I used to take 4-5 pages of densely written handwritten notes during classes when I was an undergraduate.

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  • mikespeir

    I’m not quite sure I remember how to make letters and numbers with a pen or pencil anymore.

    • sanuly

      What is this pen of which you speak off? Oh I get it, you mean the thingy they use on a Samsung Galaxy Note!

      Isn’t this mythical ‘pen’ from folklore of unicorns, mightier than the sword? Two bad we don’t use either of those two things anymore!