Beautiful Lady With Handwriting Like Times New Roman Computer Font Shares Video, Wows Many People
- A video of a lady’s amazing handwriting has got many people asking her where she learnt to write in such a way
- As beautiful as her handwriting looks, the lady said that her teacher once told her to change it to something better
- Many impressed people said that the writing on the papers she should do not like they are written with hands
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A beautiful lady has gone on TikTok to share pieces of books that has her handwriting. Many were wowed by her perfect they looked.
The lady said that her teacher once told her that if she does not change her handwriting, she would score her zero.
As a solution, she said that she had to print out most of her assignment. People who thronged her comment section said that her handwriting looks like to written using a word processor app.
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There were some who likened her handwriting to popular computer fonts. They wanted to know if she could teach the skill.
Watch the video below:
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As at the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 12,000 comments with more than 800,000 likes.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
“Literally the human comfortaa font.”
“Where did you buy this handwriting I’m looking for a new one?”
George Torres said:
“Omg I love your handwriting.”
“It looks more like a font instead of a handwriting.”
Larra Bug said:
“Now who are the people who can’t read this.”
Shettima’s fine handwriting
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigerians reacted with awe to the lovely and legible handwriting of Kashim Shettima, the vice presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC).
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Shettima’s writing surfaced online after he shared via Twitter on Thursday, October 13, his handwritten condolence to the bereaved family of Hajiya Muinat Bola Shagaya, whose mother, Alhaja Sahadat Abdulraheem, passed on recently.
Many people on social media adored the way he used fine strokes to make letters in a way only a few can.
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