Are you a serial doodler? Do you have a habit of doodling random patterns in your notebook while you zone out? We all have that one standard doodle that we draw without us realising it. But did you know that all these doodles might mean something more than a random design? Here are the most common doodles and what they probably mean.
A person who doodles flowers often could mean they’re sensitive and family-centric. They’re warm and kind too.
A person drawing a lot of hearts is a romantic at heart. They are either in love or looking for it.
Drawing intricate patterns suggest that you’re most likely an introvert who is also a perfectionist. It also suggests that you’re observant and have an eye for detail.
If the doodler draws an upward arrow, it means they’re ambitious and hard working. They are aiming high and have goals they can’t wait to achieve.
Drawing stars suggests that the doodler is optimistic and positive in nature. They put a positive spin on everything.
While it is assumed that stick figures are drawn by people who aren’t good with sketching, it actually suggests that the doodler is on his way to success and is extremely focused in life.
Drawing cubes suggests that the doodler is a good problem solver and believes in working hard and solving problems instead of sulking about them.
A person drawing eyes could mean that they crave attention or it could also mean that they are very observant in nature.
A person constantly drawing leaves suggest that they are sharp and eager to take on more tasks than they already have.
A doodler who writes their own name often suggests that they like to be the centre of attention and love themselves a lot.
So, if you’ve been doodling something constantly, it may mean more than just a drawing or sketch. Tell us what you doodle in the comments below.
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