December 22, 2011

Scribble specialists.

The job that is figuring out terrible handwriting. `

8 comments:

Pogo said...

Funnier aurally.

'Scuse me, while I kiss this guy.

See that girl, watch her scream, kicking the dancing queen.

The algebra has a devil for a sidekick eeeeeeeeee.

Pogo said...

Before my daughter could read or even knew her alphabet, she used to sit down and scrawl and scribble "word" after "word"; page after page she "wrote".

Then she'd give it to me and say "Read it, Daddy."

I would fumble and say, "Well, it says, "Once upon a time..."

She: "That's not what it says!!"

Me: "Well then, you tell me what it says."

She: "Daddy, you silly, I can't read!"

Pogo said...

It might work best to pair dyslexics with dysgraphics, unless the letter is sent to an aphasic.

Actually, that sounds a lot like the health care bill. Ba-dum-bum.

I'll stop now.

The Crack Emcee said...

I don't care how it's written - what are they saying?

Curious George said...

"Pogo said...
Before my daughter could read or even knew her alphabet, she used to sit down and scrawl and scribble "word" after "word"; page after page she "wrote""

Are you Pogo_Herman?

knox said...

Somebody ought to turn that last one into a working font.

edutcher said...

It doesn't help they've given up teaching penmanship in the schools.

raf said...

Maybe I should apply for a job; I have considerable experience interpreting my own handwriting.

Unless more than a day has passed...then it's impossible.