As you all know I’m moving next week and am currently jobless so I have plenty of time on my hands to do whatever. I have a list of things I need to take care of before I leave but it’s not that pressing, so I choose to do one or two on the list each day and have the rest of the time free. I’ve watched countless hours of television (mostly crappy shows) and started deep cleaning the apartment in preparation for the move. But I hate cleaning and would rather be watching crappy television. Needless to say, I’ve been staying up late every night in a zombie like state watching more crappy television. Then out of the blue the other night I wondered what it would look like if I tried to write left handed. This is what it looks like:
Left handed print. It looks like a little kid’s handwriting but at least it’s legible.
Left handed cursive. It’s a bit harder as you can tell but still mostly legible. Except that last letter e on Valentine. Don’t know what happened there.
Then I wondered what it would look like if I tried writing with my foot:
As you can see it’s much more spastic. Writing with your foot is really hard to do in case you didn’t know. But it’s sort of legible and now I know if I ever need to write a message with my foot I can do it.
The other thing I’ve started doing to pass the time, is to google random people I’m acquainted with and see what pops up. Sure I guess this is technically a form of stalking but I prefer to look at it as another form of getting to know someone. You can find out a lot of stuff about people depending on how much you want to dig for it. I’m not much of a digger and tend to stay only on the first google page that pops up but even there you can learn a lot. So then I googled my name to see what other people could find out about me. Not much I can tell you that. My blog pops up at some point, my facebook eventually on the second or third page, and you might come across my myspace page if you keep going through the google pages. Apparently there is a *ahem* “dancer” with my same name that has instructional pole dancing videos that make her pretty popular on google search. Go figure.
And there you have it. The exciting, current world of Nandango. Crappy TV, cleaning, packing, left handed/foot writing, and random googleing. Bet you wish you could stop by!