Left down first, right down second – I’m a number 7 on the chart below that details the various ways an X can be drawn. To my surprise and to the surpise of just about everyone, there are several different ways an X can be drawn, many in fact.
The recent diagram uploaded to twitter has gone viral causing such a stir on the social platform with users baffled and divided over the information. Some never really paid attention to the way they wrote an X until now and others are reading into it with deeper meanings. Check it out below and let us know in the comments which number you are.
Also this is so interesting to me – which way do you draw an X? Colored line being the first stroke pic.twitter.com/a0WTl8WT7P
— sixers smasey (@SMASEY) January 20, 2019
me realising there are other ways to draw an 'x' 🤯
— Shego (@LadyBellatrix) January 20, 2019
sat here testing myself pic.twitter.com/3B9RQETgSC
— ً (@bcfchxrry) January 20, 2019
Why would I finish opposite to where my pen needs to go next? https://t.co/FRFdAmnBYy
— Steve Curtis (@curtisteve) January 20, 2019