Actress Alyson Hannigan has been acting for nearly three decades. Her breakthrough role came in 1997 when she was cast to play the role of Willow Rosenburg on the popular series, Buffy The Vampire Slayer. During the show’s run from 1997 to 2003, Hannigan also starred in American Pie, American Pie 2, and American Wedding. By the end of the early 2000s, Hannigan had established herself as a favorite among teenage and young adult audiences. Although she is best known for her acting abilities, in 2013 she appeared on an episode of Watch What Happens Live and surprised viewers by showing off another interesting skill. During the episode, Hannigan challenged the show’s host, Andy Cohen, to a competition in which they both attempted to sign their signature with their feet. Cohen struggled greatly while Hannigan effortlessly drew her a smiley face and wrote her name with decent accuracy. Hannigan’s ability to write and complete other tasks with her feet is something that apparently interests other people and many internet users have decided to undertake Hannigan’s unusual feat. Here are five tweets from fans who have attempted to write with their feet.
— Jessica (@jessicafaye04) November 4, 2014
Who needs hands when you have feet? Apparently not Jessica. This foot-written name is surprisingly very easy to read
I tried to write my name with my foot and it didn't really work out pic.twitter.com/VDDZsJzUJI
— mikayla (@milkweeb) July 3, 2014
Although it is nearly impossible to make out the letters in this name, it does appear that @pixieslrh attempted to include some sort of drawing in the bottom left corner. Hopefully @pixieslrh’s handwriting is better than her footwriting.
Unless Monika can hold a spray can with her feet, her career as a graffiti artist may be short lived.
This Twitter user’s ability to write her name neatly, and on such a small sheet of paper, is very impressive.
Natalie Strausboger goes for the win as she attempts to write her last name in cursive – all while proving that some of the most valuable skills are learned in college.
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