Practice makes perfect

By Anonymous - 20/09/2023 05:00 - Ukraine

Today, I have a permanently injured right hand. Social media star Real86Hands has no hands. Guess which one of us has better penmanship? FML
I agree, your life sucks 200
You deserved it 442

Same thing different taste

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Writing is a complex neurological process that takes a ton of fine motor skill. Of course suddenly losing part of your hand's function is going to impact your handwriting. You just got sent several squares back in that learning process. Real86Hands was born without hands, from what I can find. He started from square one and learned how to write the same way you once did as a kid. I don't think sudden injury can compare to that. Still, I understand why this would be frustrating to you. Nobody likes losing basic functions and having to build them back up. I can only hope that you'll be able to regain something of what you lost, and I hope the situation will calm down soon so you'll be able to dedicate all of your time to that.

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Penmanship? Here's what you do: crush them at horse shoeing and then beat them at stoking. That way, you'll win the Triathlon of Obsolete Skills! Slava Ukraini!

Writing is a complex neurological process that takes a ton of fine motor skill. Of course suddenly losing part of your hand's function is going to impact your handwriting. You just got sent several squares back in that learning process. Real86Hands was born without hands, from what I can find. He started from square one and learned how to write the same way you once did as a kid. I don't think sudden injury can compare to that. Still, I understand why this would be frustrating to you. Nobody likes losing basic functions and having to build them back up. I can only hope that you'll be able to regain something of what you lost, and I hope the situation will calm down soon so you'll be able to dedicate all of your time to that.

Dude, legions of doctors have worse penmanship than you, and their hands are not injured.