Do you know someone who is way too talkative? I do! It can be annoying but this person would most likely make a great sales person or radio host.
Look at the sample for talkative below.
Talkative is seen in the letters o and a, where the loop is left open at the top.
If you turn the writing on it's side, it appears as though this person's mouth is wide open. The wider the gap, the more talkative they seem to be.
Can you keep a secret?
Look at the letter o again. Does the loop form only on the right hand side of the letter like this?
If so, this indicates a person who is secretive. Someone who has this loop probably won't go blabbing your secrets unless all of their loops are open at the top.
We are all a little secretive at times but remember, if the loop takes up most of the o this person is REALLY secretive and their may be more going on with them than we realize!
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Now, I'll let you in on a little secret.
Another great trait to spot in the letter o is narrow-mindedness. Before you get into that discussion, you can know how closed-minded someone is and adjust your persuasive arguement accordingly. If all the letters o, a and e are like this...you may just want to call it a day.
What am I talking about?
Watch this fun video lesson and find out!
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