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    Senior Member scortia's Avatar
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    Right-handed, somewhat ambidextrous.

    My mother is convinced I should be left-handed because my handwriting is so abysmal, but I just can't get the hang of writing that way... but I cut things left-handed and can pitch a ball well with either hand.

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    I favor my right-hand (writing, eating, drawing), but I am slightly ambidextrous. I make good use of my left hand - it's not merely ornamental.
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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    I'm so left handed it's stupid...

    EDIT: left footed too, but I kick harder with my right leg.

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    I was born left-handed, but my teacher in pre-school made me write with my right hand. I didn't protest, so I'm right handed. I'm left-eye dominant (archery, photography...), I'm a bit of both when I kick (maybe a little more left, but I could be wrong), and I cut food with my left hand when I eat (not when cooking).

    My handwriting has always been kinda crappy.
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    Wow, what's with all the left-handers?

    I'm left-handed in that I write, throw, swing, etc. with my left hand, and I'm more confident with my left hand. But I try to learn anything new right-handed. I use my right hand for guitars, computer mice, joysticks and so on. It's so much simpler if everyone's right-handed and I don't really feel any advantage to learning a completely new skill either way.
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    Right-handed.
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