Also about cursive handwriting+25Even after all these years, your cursive handwriting still looks like crap, amirite?
Also about cursive handwriting+574Cursive handwriting was probably created by someone who was too lazy to pick up their pen from the paper. amirite?
Also by Bertramdeckow+34If atoms are really tiny solar systems with life in them, there's entire galaxies that make up your asshole without even knowing. amirite?
Also about cursive handwriting+428Things our grandkids will never understand: analog clocks, C.D.s, cursive handwriting, and VCRs, amirite?
Also about read+10When you read russian/ italian/english jokes, you read them with that specific accent, amirite?
Also about typing and cursive+256You learned cursive wrtiting in Elementary School, being told that you will have to use it in life. In Middle School it didn't matter if you used cursive because you were learning about typing. In High School you could only submit papers if they were typed and your hand writing became impaired from taking too many notes in class. Now, the only thing you can write in cursive is your name, amirite?
Also about read, cursive, and handwriting+920It's annoying when you turn a paper or test in for school and you can't read the teacher's comments because their handwriting is either loopy cursive or chicken scratch, amirite?
Also about read, cursive, and handwriting+11People often complain that learning handwriting is useless, but it's actually great for many reasons. You can use handwriting for artistic purposes and designs, you can use it to write things down that you don't want others to read (I know my handwriting can be made so that only I'd be able to decipher it), and perhaps most importantly, if you have to take quick notes it is often faster to use cursive than to use regular print. Amirite?
Also by Bertramdeckow-6It's odd how the definition of flammable and inflammable are the same, amirite?