• Left hand

  • Right hand

39% 9 votes
61% 14 votes
  • Being left handed in a right handed world forces you to adapt and become something even better. By being exposed to so many right handed obstacles, lefties become more ambidextrous and fluid with both hands. I also noticed a lot of left handed people I know seem to think outside the box and have multiple talents. And a lefty will usually have an advantage in boxing or other sports, due to the different angle, which looks odd to right handers. I think lefties are truly one of a kind people.

  • Left hand is definitely better because of many reasons: 1.Lefties learn sooner or later to also use right hand and that makes them more intelligent because of the brain work it takes. 2. Lefties learn from the first years of life what it means to be "diferent", they have to face problems and critics from others and they learn to defend who they are, so it helps to develop your personality and social habilities.

  • Right handed ... only because many things are already made to be used in the right hand. Being left handed would be an inconvenience.

  • More equipment is designed to help right handed over left handed people. Also, being right handed, I'm slightly biased.

  • I'm left-handed but most people aren't, so it is a lot more useful to the human race. Not really sure what would make the left hand more special...

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PetersSmith says2015-09-22T17:21:43.8291245Z
Ambidextrous is the best.
hcd1997 says2015-09-22T17:22:40.0206847Z
Ok what ever
hcd1997 says2015-09-22T17:59:40.1926188Z
I hate right handed people
58539672 says2015-09-22T18:56:16.7586892Z
@hcd1997 You hate 90% of the human population?
FreedomBeforeEquality says2015-09-22T19:02:49.6160075Z
I dont like getting hit in the face with hot brass ... So theres another negative. Unless you get some rifle specifically milled for a left handed person or something. Number pads on keyboard would be on the wrong side. Unless youre in europe ... Everything in your car would be worse as a left handed person ... Your console would be on the wrong side ... Radio ... Shifting etc. Right stick on your game controllers is predominantly used for the more fine tuned motion of the two (ex in FPS style games). Writing smears. Digital cameras are usually built with the aperture on the left so you arent covering it with your hand.
FreedomBeforeEquality says2015-09-22T19:05:51.9343762Z
Knives even put the wedged side of their edges to the right to favor holding something with your left and and dicing it with the knife in your right hand, throwing the pieces away from the cut. So many things ...
unorthodoxthought says2015-09-23T04:22:25.6735981Z
Being left handed in a right handed world forces you to adapt and become something even better. By being exposed to so many right handed obstacles, lefties become more ambidextrous and fluid with both hands. I also noticed a lot of left handed people I know seem to think outside the box and have multiple talents. And a lefty will usually have an advantage in boxing or other sports, due to the different angle, which looks odd to right handers. I think lefties are truly one of a kind people.
hcd1997 says2015-09-23T15:38:35.3711152Z
@5839672 yes I do
Donderpants says2015-09-24T05:00:08.8959911Z
@hcd1997 Oh, we humans are a terrible lot. I don't think, however, that just because someone is right handed, you should hate them. There's one or two decent people with either prefered hand.
Donderpants says2015-09-24T05:00:31.0172165Z
@hcd1997 Oh, we humans are a terrible lot. I don't think, however, that just because someone is right handed, you should hate them. There's one or two decent people with either prefered hand.
whatshouldIdo says2015-12-13T23:47:57.1530480Z
The best hand is the one that YOU are used to.
Calbert says2016-01-13T04:54:10.5759517Z
Depends on which side the tissues are located.

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