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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by arktrucker, Feb 27, 2009.
ambidextrous until age 8, now primarily a rightie though i do still find some things easier to do with my left.
Adextrous - I'm equally skilled, and naturally predisposed to write, with neither hand :smile:
Ambi when jacking but only use the RH when the cum is about to fly...mmmm
Ambidextrous for wanking, but right for writing and stuff, although if I concentrate I can use left as well.
right handed, but switch it up while jerking off
Left. Parents and maternal grandparents - all lefties.
I used to think that which arm the watch is worn on was a good indicator of handedness, but I met far, far too many people wearing the watch on the dominant hand, rather than the non-dominant hand. Not quite a majority, but enough to throw it out as an indicator.
Right, but use left a lot. Left hand when jerking off feels better than Right hand, but I started with right. Weird.
Left. Think they used to think it was a disease in the olden days. :tongue:
Isn't Obama left-handed?...and Churchill was hehe.
AMBI...I do just about everything with both hands...:wink:
As well as Clinton and both Bushes.
Right you are (haha)!
In fact, they were downright superstitious about it. The word sinister is Latin for "left side."
Among many things, I did not know that. However, I remember when I was about 2.5 to 3 years-old making the conscious decision to use my left hand to pull my little red wagon. (Please, no jokes. It really was a little red wagon.) I don't know if others remember the day they realized they were left-handed, but I do.
Then in 5th grade I broke my left arm and wore a full arm cast for three months. I had to learn to write, wipe my bum, and pick my nose with my right hand.
I ended up ambidextrous (but I still pull things with my left hand).
right most of the time, except for sports that involve a swing.
bat lefty, golf lefty, lefty shot in hockey.
Totally right handed.
Born that way, I'm sure ... but have also had surgery on my left shoulder and cut the extensor band of my left forefinger.
So fate no less than genetics points me to the right.
Born left-handed, but my first grade teacher re-programmed me to be right-handed. She was old enough at that point to still be subscribing to the idea that it was advisable to do that.
Things I learned before first grade I do left-handed, and things I learned during and afterwards I do right-handed. It might explain my atrocious handwriting and my lack of interest or ability in sports.
It is a very bad idea to reprogram someone like that. The area of the brain that controls the dominant hand is much larger than the area that controls the non-dominant hand. In the extra space on the non-dominant side are language and reading skills. Forcing the areas to be remapped can be detrimental to language skills and cause things like dyslexia.