I would have to say my right one being that I am right handed. I find it more useful, and stronger. As far as looks go, they both look the same to me.
I am right handed, so my right one. I use it more, and am more comfortable with it.
I like both, I am grateful for both...I use both to write in my key board, to touch handle my phone, to cook, to drive, to draw...Is very hard to choose even as a right handed...for me both make my life go full of sensations.
I should say I don't prefer one over the other since I need, am thankful for and love both. I actually try to be ambidextrous every once in a while especially when I eat. :-) I wish my parents trained me to use both. My predominant one is RIGHT.
My left, for a few reasons:
1st: it's the hand my wedding ring is on
2nd: It is not my working (aka writing) hand therefore it gets less wear and tear and consequently my nails are prettier
3rd: due to an unfortunate tattoo choice made when I was "young and stupid" my left hand is far more scar free than my right.
I don't really feel comfortable answering this question. I would never favor one hand over the other. They are both fantastic, loving and kind. I like to think I raised them right. They both make very good choices and have a lifetime of adventures ahead of them. My left hand is a little bit more artistic, while my right hand is more logical and loves to do math. They both excel at what they love and that is what I love about them. This girl doesn't play favorites.
my left hand because it is the cleanest of them, it doesnt get dirty or infected like the right hand ,that you have to shake the whole world with, and you cant tell the state that persons hand was before the hand shake.etc.
by Sophie 5 years ago
Are you right- or left-handed?Everyone in my family is right-handed, except for my mom.I would like to know are the left-handed people really that rare and unique?
by jacqui2011 6 years ago
Left-handed or right-handed child?If your toddler showed a preference of using their left hand over their right, would you try and persuade them to change to being right-handed? I have no problem with this at all, but one of my friends will not allow her child to use their left hand at all,...
by Phil Plasma 7 years ago
When reading, do you turn the pages with your left hand or right hand?
by khmohsin 8 years ago
Lets See how many people write from Right hand and how many from Left hand
by kimberlyslyrics 8 years ago
Are you right handed or left handed?Or both?Or are you like some I know, who write with their right hand but golf with their left, or left handed and well,,,,,,,,,,Thank you, if you do, for sharing
by Ciel Clark 6 years ago
Anyone else left-handed, right-sided?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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