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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by eric55lv, Jan 7, 2008.
Im left handed ther are not many people that are left handed
and they made fun of me for starting the 'how old are you thread?'
I voted "right" but I can write with my left. I'm not as adept with it....I'm naturally right handed, but my dad is left handed. Ergo, most of the stuff growing up was set up for left handed people. I actually still use the mouse with my left hand--I can use it with my right, but it doesn't feel natural. My left hand cramps up much faster when writing, because I'm not used to it, and it's rather poor quality, but it's legible. I sometimes take notes in boring classes with my left hand, until it cramps up.
I've never understood...why is it that you basically move your dominant hand up and down, and the hand that's supposed to be less dominant, you have to fret all these crazy chords with, when playing guitar? Seems to me, the intricate part is the fretting, so you'd have your dominant hand do that....but no, it's got to be the other way around!
I'm right handed. My three year old daughter seems to be able to write/scribble with both hands. As of now she may be 60% right and 40% left preference. I'm considering to "encourage" her to use her right because we live in a right handed world for the most part. However I'm reluctant because I'm curious what path she'll take.
I'm right handed. In my family only my Mom and Brother are left handed. It's so weird how left handed people write. I'll stick with my right handedness.
i'm a righty
right handed here
You got another lefty here.
I'm a lefty but do pretty much everything else except write with my
I'm a left-writer but a right-mouser. I even trackpad with the right hand.
Lefty for writing, but righty for pretty much everything else.
I've been practicing using my left hand a lot, and as a result, i can write pretty legibly with my left hand, although I still prefer the right.
I actually had a funny experience today.
I am taking a course on quantitative research methods and the instructor asked up to raise our hands to show who was left handed to "prove" statistics are based on real world. So its supposed to be 1 in 10 people is lefty well in my class of 18 there were 11 lefties. . guess stats does not apply to real life.
I am a lefty too.
I'm surprised with the high percentage of lefties here. With that being said, I'm right handed.
I'm right handed.
Not that it really matters, my handwriting is crap with either hand
You don't know how rough things are for we lefties. Nothing but oppression for it in this day and age.
I'm semi-ambidextrous; I write with my left hand, but different hands are used for different activities. I use a mouse with my right, I dribble a basketball with my right, I play golf with my left, I pick things up with my left most of the time, etc. I can't write that well with my right hand, but I could definitely work on it to become fully ambidextrous.
I do everything left handed (left footed) except mouse and play guitar...
im a lefty...you know lefties are the only ones in their right minds..
I've been trying my hand at the Pricasso method.
I'm a righty. ...And my handwriting is actually quite good.
My mom is left-handed, and theory has it that my grandfather was supposed to be left-handed, but was forced to write with his right hand from such a young age that no one knows for sure. Although, it looks like my mom maybe the last in the family.
I think it's stupid when parents force their left handed children to write with their left. I don't understand why.
Wow, many more left-handers (11 out of 27 so far) on Macrumors than in the general population (where only about 5% are left handed). Or, is it just that left-handers are more likely to vote?
By the way, I am left handed.
Beacause they're left handed maybe?