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How You Hold Your Phone Reveals Whether You're Left- or Right-Brained

ucbruin

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"interesting, i write with my right, shoot rifles hoops and talk on cell phones with my left." :peace:
 

Peter LeQuire

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I'm right handed except when swinging weapons or tools.
 
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Fritz Smith

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Being left-handed is convenient when doing write-ups because I mouse with my right and type with my left.
 

Renee Healion

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Depends on who taught me. Use a fork with my right. Chopsticks with my left.
I can function as The Person Who Sits Next to Lefty in a Booth. If it's a Chinese place.
 

Lee in L.A.

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Depends on who taught me. Use a fork with my right. Chopsticks with my left.
I can function as The Person Who Sits Next to Lefty in a Booth. If it's a Chinese place.
Ended up sitting on the left of my youngest Grandson and found he is a lefty.
He's too small to win an elbow battle with Grandpa, so far. But we can't be doing that again. :leeann2:
 

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"interesting, i write with my right, shoot rifles hoops and talk on cell phones with my left." :peace:
I write righty, throw lefty, bowl righty and stand to the left of whomever I'm talking to. I try to put my best ear forward (no joke)
 

ucbruin

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I write righty, throw lefty, bowl righty and stand to the left of whomever I'm talking to. I try to put my best ear forward (no joke)
I bowl with left....
Kick a ball with my right leg....
 

Lee in L.A.

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I write righty, throw lefty, bowl righty and stand to the left of whomever I'm talking to
So, you're amphibious. :peace:
In some towns they have different words or acronyms for that.
Umm. Never mind. Carry on. :leeann2:
 

DTB

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I bowl with left....
Kick a ball with my right leg....
I bat righty and shoot hockey righty (left hand dominant)

In fairness I can do most things well with either hand, speed is the differentiation.
 

Eli

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I have a decent jab and hook with my left. That's about it. My right is wicked. I envy people who are good with both. My dad was that way. He would hammer with one hand until it got tired and then switch and do better. It's weird. They thought your were strange if you were lefty when he was born so they made him switch to right. Strange I know. My kids take after him. They are both about as good with one hand as the other. That's not me.
 
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