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A right handed person will never understand the volume of daily-use items that are comfortably built for them. amirite?

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This is so true. I own a right handed spoon. I didn't think it was possible until I owned it

Sharags avatar Sharag Yeah You Are +8Reply

As a left handed person, I can say that it's less of a pain in the ass to learn how to play a right handed guitar than it is to deal with finding and maintaining a lefty one.

@Lecturesea7537 Can't you just flip it over and restring it as long as it's not asymmetrical?

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capamericasurs avatar capamericasur Yeah You Are +6Reply

I had a shop class once and it was difficult to use a lot of the tools because I'm left handed

Milkzeys avatar Milkzey Yeah You Are +7Reply

Left handed people are evil
They are targeted by Satan

browndog888s avatar browndog888 Yeah You Are +6Reply

Yes. We do.

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Tanmoykayesens avatar Tanmoykayesen Yeah You Are +5Reply

As a left handed person, I grew up assuming that scissors hurt for everyone.

Apartlavishnesss avatar Apartlavishness Yeah You Are +4Reply

There's not THAT many a left handed person can't use.

Boknows12s avatar Boknows12 Yeah You Are +4Reply
@Trashy21 Lefties, care to weigh in?

I really don't struggle at all with it. Except left handed golf clubs are harder to come by. When I was a kid I took a beginners golf club lesson class thing and they gave me a set of clubs and I've had them ever since. But I don't really golf, haven't in probably 12 years so that's not really an issue.

jodzdzownicas avatar jodzdzownica Yeah You Are +1Reply
@Boknows12 There's not THAT many a left handed person can't use.

Spoken like a person who's never had to physically manipulate their body to use something designed for the opposite handed person's use.

Statistically, left handed people are more accident prone because we use tools & objects that were made for right handed people in mind.

Lefty here. Can confirm. By the time I finally came across left-handed scissors, could barely work them.

Right privilege.

I've learned to use most things right-handed by this point I hate buying more expensive versions of the same product

And rightfully so!

Lefty here and never used a left-handed armed chair my whole life.

Camperofjustices avatar Camperofjustice Yeah You Are +3Reply

Unless they are American and try to drive in England

Legendnoel77s avatar Legendnoel77 Yeah You Are +2Reply
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