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Back in the day, cursive was seen as a quick and efficient way to write; but by today's youth, it's seen as a hard and fancy way to write

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I've always been against cursive... if you want your story to look beautiful go draw a picture because your confusing me with your indistinguishable lettering

Well, it was supposed to be faster than printing, but you need to be a bit artistic to make it readable. I was never very good at it, but you make a point.

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I'm in my late 30s. I was tought cursive in 3rd grade.

I'm really glad they dont teach cursive anymore. Everyone I talk to that learned cursive now writes in a half print / half cursive mix match of letters.

Cursive has no real purpose that I can see, it's just a waste of time and confusing to kids having just learned how to write letters.

When I tell people this, they say "What about signing your name?" To this I say: People can still write their name on a line and maybe other people will actually be able to read signatures now that they're not scribbled down in 'cursive'.

@Nidokinf I'm in my late 30s. I was tought cursive in 3rd grade. I'm really glad they dont teach cursive anymore. Everyone...

I argued this with people who say it's for security reasons that you sign instead of print... however the monstrosities that are digital signatures makes both forms pointless... and I feel nobody checks anyway

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