Silly Sunday Survey March 18, 2018 What are you better at with your non-dominant hand? To Share click →FacebookTwitterPinterestRedditTumblrWhatsAppEmailPrint
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Hitting the turn signal.
Clipping the nails on my right hand.
Scratching my right elbow.
Knitting. It’s the only thing I prefer to do left handed.
I think the answer is obvious but we wouldn’t want to upset any tools so I’d say eating a hamburger. I don’t know why but for some reason I always hold a sandwich with my right hand while I use my dominant left hand to take care of the rest of the eating chores.
Steering a steering wheel.
As a young man I used to be more comfortable driving with my right hand, left arm hanging out the window. But as the years have gone on (and years of driving stick-shift cars), now I almost always just use my left hand, or sometimes both hands. It feels weird to try to turn with just my right hand.
Ha! I was going to say steering, too. Years of driving a stick shift. I normally end up with my left hand on the steering wheel and the right on the gear shift lever, despite it being an automatic.
My left arm is stronger than my right, so I use it to take the lids off of jars
I was going to give the same answer, opening jars, but mine is because I broke my little and ring finger on my right hand many years ago and no longer have the strength in those fingers to grip…
Snapping my fingers. For some reason, I can’t do it with my right hand.
I can barely snap with my right hand but my left hand can get the loud snapping sound!
Writing illegibly. Although it’s almost too close to call…
After years of living in a culture where the left hand takes care of any dirty work, I can wipe and change a baby far better with my left hand than right.
Waving… and driving.
Dealing cards. I never noticed it myself. While playing cards, someone remarked “I didn’t know you are left handed.”. I’m not, but it turns out I am when I deal cards.
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