Hello! What a thought to ponder. This has been on my mind all day, waiting to get home to ask the community. So, last night i'm talking with a girl i've known for quite sometime and throughout the conversation I began realizing how I kept looking at her left eye throughout the conversation. Upon this realization, I decided to mix things up a bit and only look at her right eye; of which she instantly realized and sort of shifted in her seat. This sparked something in my mind; that when I was younger, I exclusively only looked at people's right eye when they spoke to me. Why? I'm not sure, but perhaps it has something to do w/ being left-handed, my adolescent mind used to think. When I was about 18 I realized that most people, when talking to me, would look at left eye and thought since most people were doing it (..and most people were right handed), that looking at a person's left eye when conversing was the correct way to look at someone when talking. Of course this is all semantics in a non-linguistic sense, considering as I got older I stopped thinking about all this and simply looked wherever the hell I wanted throughout a conversation; left eye, right eye, brow(s), in-between, mouth...etc. But nevertheless it's an interesting thought. All I ask is that next time you're speaking with someone, catch yourself at where you are looking. If you can, report back here. I'm really curious about the answers, considering to this day I still focus on the person's left eye...but admittedly, felt unique in a way, being the one person that looked into their right eye. Thanks.