left handed hammers cost so much more money than right handed hammers..
I'm a righty. But my legs/feet are ambidextrous, if that counts for anything!
Why is there no Ambidextrous option? We do exist you know >.>
I'm predominately right handed.
I do however use my left hand for driving while my right hand rests on the gear shift(I drive an automatic so not sure why) and playing WoW for hotkeys as I have the Merc Stealth and my "gameing pad" is on the left and I also used a Razer Naga for my right hand. both have a large amount of keybindings for both my toons and require I used both hands.
when I'm at work(I'm a bartender), I can pour drinks with both hands but I still have to pay more attention to the left hand then I do the right hand.
Yay for being righthanded.
I eat with the fork in my right hand and the knife in my left and people say its weird. I'm right handed, so obviously I'd want to use my right hand for the fork as that requires more coordination... no?
I'm right handed. But I do some stuff a left handed way. Like holding a hockey stick like left handed people. Or a golf club like left handed. This also applies to my feet. Some stuff is eaier to do with my right foot. like kicking a ball. But when I'm going skateboarding or snowboarding I'm going goofy style.
But really, do whatever is most comfortable. I hold the knife in either hand, the fork in either hand, depending which way I pick them up, and never switch. When I was growing up I was taught you were supposed to hold the fork in your left, knife in the right, then set the knife down, switch the fork to your right hand, eat, replace the fork in your left hand, pick the knife back up, repeat. That always seemed stupidly inefficient to me when either of my hands were perfectly capable.
Lefty here and fork is on the left.
People usually cut with right because that's the way a table get's decked... fork left, plate middle, knife right, spoon on top.
Has nothing todo with being left or right honestly, just with common habits.
The same reason the majority of the lefties still use their mouse righthanded... a common habit.
Last edited by Sersel; 2011-11-04 at 07:59 AM.
However just saying people use a fork on their least dominant hand, is wrong.
Going by that statement you could say lefties always use their mouse on their left hand, which is commonly wrong too.
But yea, the reason why they put that mouse on the right is because more people are right-handed.
Once again, the current reason why most lefties use a fork left and a mouse right is common habits.
The way btw, you describe about inneficient swapping the fork to the right hand after cutting is merely a north american table manner, continental manners you just keep your fork to the left.
Last edited by Sersel; 2011-11-04 at 08:34 AM.
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You continental people also eat with your forks upside down, so there! (Again, whatever is most comfortable).
I actually use my fork in my right and knife in my left... *previously posted righty*
Perhaps I'm more ambidexterity then I thought, now that I think about it while most issues arise in my left hand I do use it a lot... especially considering I chopped open one of its fingers on accident... XD