As in bad hand-writing=disrespect?
Most Helpful Guy
No, it is said that your hand writing will be like that
but I found I always writing a word that is different form before and always like that.
I dont know what does it mean?0
Most Helpful Girl
No. It doesn't mean anything. People have different hand-writing styles based on their level of regular practice, their education growing up (again, practice), and the joints in their fingers (how they hold/use the pencil).
I myself have neat but "elegant-ish" hand-writing. Sometimes I curl the ends of g's, y's, etc. I use cursive for diary entries, so I've had practice in that more often than print writing. I like my writing. I forgot to mention that it's TINY and people make jokes about needing a magnifying glass, but I love my hand-writing. It doesn't say or mean anything about me. I grew up writing in a diary with lines thinner than college-ruled paper, in cursive. The cursive came a bit later. Still, that was how I practiced writing.
I know people with much different hand-writing. My mom and sister write bigger and less fancy than I do. In other words, they have more eligible hand-writing. :P My dad, on the other hand, has terrible hand-writing. He writes in ALL capital letters and it can be hard to read. He had less practice than my mom and sister. That's all it says about them. One writes daily and another does not.1