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    I'm left handed. When eating I have my fork in my left hand and knife in my right but when cooking/food prep, knife is always in my left hand. It feels strange trying to chop veggies or carve meat with the knife in my right.

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    Left for knife.
    Write with right. (Mostly)
    Batted and threw as a lefty in softball.
    Tie balloons right.
    Open jars left.
    Scissors right.

    It seems gross motor is better controlled by left, fine motor by right. Was always in trouble as a child for "eating the stupid way".
    My 6yo is a righty, 4yo is a lefty. 3yo and 18 month old too young to tell. Hubby a righty.

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    Right - right handed.

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    Right. I'm right handed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    Leftie here. Basically the only thing I can do with my right hand is click my fingers. So left :-)
    my right hand is a bit useless too, like totally unco if I try and put makeup on with it for instance. however I can use the calculator really fast with my right hand and write with my left. I must be some kind of accounting machine 🤓🤑🤖

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