Bright Side analyzed the most popular doodle patterns and their true meanings.
We all do it while talking to someone on the phone or during a meeting. We all pay no attention to what’s going on. Just kidding. We all doodle. It turns out those little masterpieces are more than a product of unconscious drawing. They can actually tell a lot about their creator’s personality.
First of all, it is important to note that not only what you draw tells a lot about you, but also where you do it.
If your doodles occupy most of the page, it means you are a nature-lover and not exactly an outgoing person, but you want communication in reasonable amounts.
Little doodles in the corner of the page indicate that their author likes order and discipline. The same is true for those who use the margin area as their canvas. They like it when everything is in its place.
What if your doodles are right in the middle of that paper which was supposed to be for work? You are an extrovert seeking the attention of others. We can even guess your job: you must be a lawyer, a teacher or an official. Did we guess it right? Comment in the section below if it is true for you. Your job puts you in the limelight, but sometimes you would not mind some extra personal space.
Are your doodles spread on top of the page? You must be a self-confident person with many ideas for the future.
Most people tend to doodle on the left side of the page. It means the person has some sweet nostalgic memories of the good old days.
Doodling on the right side is not that common. Left-handers do it for obvious natural reasons. As for right-handers who do that – it most likely shows they have an urge to express themselves or share some deep personal thoughts.
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