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Doodles are the proverbial Freudian slips of the pen, which divulge the carefully tucked away sentiments and longings of the doodler. Many people do not attach any significance to the doodles made.


It is pictorial and has visual appeal. It is not direct, like handwriting and ;therefore needs careful and well thought out interpretation. Doodling is an expression, of a thought or a desire. It can also represent unfulfilled ambitions or an unspoken word, which is translated into some kind of a drawing.

Since the doodler has been unable to verbally voice his feelings or cannot do so due to some constraint he finds an outlet to his bottled emotions through his doodles. People also doodle to relieve themselves of stress and anxiety.

Doodles are the proverbial Freudian slips of the pen, which divulge the carefully tucked away sentiments and longings of the doodler. Doodles are not a prerogative of any particular age or sex or any such criteria. People who are emotionally and sentimentally inclined, tend to doodle frequently. Doodling is not a negative or a derogatory activity and there is no taboo attached to it.

These people need to doodle on a regular basis, to express themselves. For instance, telephone operators and receptionists doodle for sure. This is their favourite pass time, when they put you on hold. While some people doodle habitually, others take to doodling, as and when they feel the need for a let out. There is, still another category of doodlers, who need to doodle in order to concentrate on the discussion at hand. They need to carry on a parallel activity, to stay focused and from straying mentally.

At the same time, you come across people who doodle, just to keep themselves from falling asleep. This becomes quite a problem for speakers, if a section of the audience dwells into doodling, rather than paying attention to what is being said. Watch out orators or you may soon lose your listeners to doodling!!! There are some people who do not doodle at all. Doodles are not a prerogative of any particular age or sex or any such criteria. People who are emotionally and sentimentally inclined, tend to doodle frequently.

Doodling is not a negative or a derogatory activity and there is no taboo attached to it. These people need to doodle on a regular basis, to express themselves. For instance, telephone operators and receptionists doodle for sure.

This is their favourite pass time, when they put you on hold. While some people doodle habitually, others take to doodling, as and when they feel the need for a let out. There is, still another category of doodlers, who need to doodle in order to concentrate on the discussion at hand.

They need to carry on a parallel activity, to stay focused and from straying mentally. At the same time, you come across people who doodle, just to keep themselves from falling asleep. This becomes quite a problem for speakers, if a section of the audience dwells into doodling, rather than paying attention to what is being said.

Watch out orators or you may soon lose your listeners to doodling!!! There are some people who do not doodle at all. They simply do not use doodling, as a medium of expression. The most common places where you will come across doodles are, back pages of notebooks, telephone directories, note pads or any other papers found near telephones. The magazines and newspapers here have a whole variety of doodles, highlighting a wide range of emotions including anxiety, fear, relief, happiness, etc.

They can doodle on tablecloths, posters, billboards, place mats, benches, walls, rocks, etc. In fact, just anything on which they can write or carve on. You will also come across carvings on trees, in parks. The most common carving, is that of two hearts with an arrow passing through them and the initials of the carvers lovers made in them.


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