I use my left hand to write, brush teeth, fence, use a fork, but my right hand to throw a ball, hit something, use a golf club or baseball bat, cut, look threw viewfinder (though right eye weaker), listening ear etc.
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Oh, interesting! I don't know many. I have more questions for you already :)
I have the "either hand" category too! Sewing, make-up, darts etc. I struggle with a fork in my right hand, but chopsticks are okay.. (comma key, no prob! at least you didn't use "threw" for "through" must have been thinking about throwing..)
I forgot make-up - yes both hands. I don't think I've ever thrown a dart. I think I'd lean toward right-handed with that one. A tricky one for me is drawing with the right-handed mouse. My left hand is useless with the mouse..
What year and location was this?? I am so sorry this was done to you. Traveling in certain countries (especially India) I often had to sign for things w right hand. I also broke one of my arms age about 7. Thanks for reminders!
This was a little over 30 years ago and in Indiana...unfortunately I was not traveling..lol...Sorry to remind you of bad things! It is not a big deal to me anymore, but I wonder if that is why I decided Wicca was the way for me. :)
can your brain type solve A or B faster? Make problems correct by moving one line. (Everyone I've asked has found one easy and one hard, but not the same!
A). IV = III + III or B). III = III + III
Get your brother on the site! Is he a music/math person? Has he ever tried using his toes like fingers? I think left-handed people often use the brain in different ways, and this can make interesting differences.