<p>Who on HSL is a lefty like me?</p>

<p>lefty to write! throw and catch better with my right though, but I do throw and catch fine on left</p>

<p>it's hilariously fun though because when I'd play tennis I would switch hands to screw with people</p>

<p>well i write with my right and do stuff with my right hand(shoot a ball), use chopsticks(just so it doesnt look weird)</p>

<p>but there's a majority of things i do where i find my left hand is more dominant</p>

<p>The only time I'm lefty is when I'm playing hockey, lolwut.</p>

<p>I'm a lefty. I can do most things with my right. In fact, I generally write better on smart boards/chalkboards/white boards with my right than my left.</p>

<p>But that's probably because on paper I tilt the sheet or my hand to write with my left, and since I can't tilt a board on the wall it's easier to do it with my right. Or something.</p>

<p>I'm strongly left handed for everything but karate. I can do everything stronger with my right hand it seems. Then again, everything is practiced much more often with the right hand. (The Japanese apparently thought the left hand was evil.)</p>

<p>Left except for tennis or serving in volleyball and tools like the mouse and scissors. Interesting fact is that typically (though not always), you can tell if a person's a lefty by checking which way his/her handwriting tilts (to the left, if lefty).</p>

<p>I confuse left and right all the time, though.</p>


<p>Write left-handed (can write right-handed, though). Use forks, etc with either hand. Bat left-handed, throw right-handed (can switch up both, just not as well). Golf left-handed. So on, so forth.</p>

<p>I'm unpredictable.</p>

<p>^^ In Islam we believe that the left had is the 'bad' hand. Probably because we're supposed to wash after ourselves with the left hand and eat with the right hand. (you can't eat with the left hand).</p>

<p>My brother is a leftie and had some issues...</p>

<p>I'm a lefty! So sinister. :)</p>

<p>And we're so much more likely to be in positions of power, guys. <a href="http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/07/03/AR2008070303202.html%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/07/03/AR2008070303202.html&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>^ It would be hard to switch. My uncle in hick-ish Idaho, raised by his grandparents, was made to learn everything right handed regardless of showing left handed tendencies. </p>

Interesting fact is that typically (though not always), you can tell if a person's a lefty by checking which way his/her handwriting tilts (to the left, if lefty).


<p>Hmmm, mine goes to the right and I'm left handed.</p>

<p>I have to agree with musicallylatin- my handwriting tilts severely to the left and I'm right-handed...</p>

<p>Do you guys hold your paper tilting strongly to the left/right? Like, is the top of the paper facing the top of the desk, or the left/right side? If the paper isn't aligned with your hand then the tilt may be off.</p>

<p>I'm not explaining this well at all. Pictures would be so much more helpful.</p>

<p>My paper stays straight up and down with the desk. Can you tell I was taught by right handed people and I learn by watching people?</p>

<p>I write with my right but play sports with my left.</p>

<p>I can only throw a frisbee left-handed. Everything else is right.</p>

<p>i write with my right hand and normally shoot ball as a lefty but i can do it with both..i like to drive it right a few times so theyll open up on the left side and i can fake them out. hehe</p>

<p>I bat lefty in baseball.</p>

<p>Liverpool was lefty</p>

<p>I'm a leftie! I do everything except use the mouse with my left hand. I guess I've gotten so used to using the mouse right-handed for so many years.</p>