Interesting. At some point as a teenager I got a pair of left-handed scissors: I could not get used to them. Recently, I became aware of how newer bread knives (cheap to medium priced at any rate) are very right handed. We got two new ones recently (two because I got so frustrated with the the first) and I can't cut straight with them and have slipped and cut myself instead of the bread. The older ones we have are much better.
I like to do this when I have to sign a lot of papers. During my recent surgery. there were people on both sides asking for my signature et.al. and I had 2 pens going at once.simonm wrote: ↑Tue Aug 08, 2017 7:34 am
Very interesting is what I would consider a pretty high number of ambidextrous folk here. When at university many years ago, one of my colleagues (female) was about the write simultaneously two different things with both hands. She was a piano player and said it was a bit like keeping the bass and treble separate.
Interesting.Bododio wrote: ↑Wed Aug 09, 2017 10:00 pmI write and throw left-handed. But I golf, bat, play tennis, and play guitar right-handed. BTW, I was informed many years ago that if you do some things left-handed and some things right-handed, you are bidextrous. But if you are able to do things equally as well with either hand, you are ambidextrous.
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