I intend to graduate university and become a high school teacher. Then I want to somehow get this cursive as a font on the school computers. I want to have the first essay I assign my students each year be required to be submitted in this font. Then have the students email me their papers.
Then I’ll download the essays they send me, change them back to Time New Roman, find all their mistakes. Then I’ll print off the essay in the original Russian cursive, but circle/underline etc. Where the real mistakes are. Students will be wondering how tf I managed to read it.
Bonus: I’ll leave all the essays at the front, in a pile, and ask the students to come pick their essays up rather than hand them out. I’d like to see them panic trying to figure out whose is whose. And then after the panic subsided I’ll bring out the Times New Roman versions. Everyone that submitted tried finding their Russian cursive essay gets 100%.
@HFSA, ...who hurt you?
@The Senate, nobody, I’m just a sadistic man with plenty of time to plot ways to experiment on my future students
@HFSA, hey, how much did you pay Satan for this awesomeness ?? I approve of this
@HFSA, if those students make any mistakes then they're truly stupid. All they need to do is type in Arial or Times New Roman and then convert to this nonsense. Its easy enough to do this and as for not knowing who's is who's all they would have to do is add an identifier such as making the first letter of their name much larger or adding in a large font title or a bold and/or underlined title. Your plot wouldn't work on someone who spends as much time thinking of how not to experience a confrontation as they do writing the essay. People like this would be sure they could identify their own essay. Only the idiots in the class would fall for this evil plot and then you know they likely wont succeed anyway
@HFSA, kinda reminds me of the psychology professor that made a 1 question exam worth half a grade. The question was ‘what is courage?’
@Cloverleaf, and the student replied “this is.”
@HFSA, wouldn't they just write it in a normal font and change it before they submit?
@HFSA, calm down satan
I had no idea all my doctors were Russian
How do you even read that?
This looks like pure rage
@megamanx181x, I took Russian 2 in college, and it’s seriously hard to write Russian in cursive, but really feels more natural than print. Technically, between letters like that, I think there’s supposed to be a little dot in the line to separate them.
Still more legible than my handwriting
There are little details but this is by far the worst Russian cursive handwriting I’ve ever seen. Usually their handwriting is a little more legible but even still it’s a pain in the аas to read
Pretty sure that’s just a bunch of squigles tom