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Thats true.. and im 30..
I have a feeling this is true for everyone who grew up using computers.
I'm 18 and I've adopted the scribble signature just cause it looks cool.
But mostly because otherwise it looks awful.
My signature rocks because I practice for when I become rich and famous.
When you become rich and famous it wont matter if your signature looks like shit. Its when you need to impress someone that it matters.
At least I can read the bottom one
The point of a professional signature is to be unique and unable to be easily replicated. If you just write your name as "John Smith" without any pizzazz you are susceptible to someone forging your signature.
"Right" your name...?