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15 Daily Struggles Only Our Fellow Left-Handers Would Understand

Trying to eat in a booth is beyond annoying. You always have to sit on the end or otherwise you're bumping your neighbor the entire time.
Trying to eat in a booth is beyond annoying. You always have to sit on the end or otherwise you're bumping your neighbor the entire time.

Being left-handed makes someone special, that’s a fact. Especially in sports. But in real life even the most normal things can become very frustrating. Sure, Kurt Cobain was a great left-handed guitarist, but I bet he had problems with his can opener. Because there isn’t really enough time or space to make this more than a world for right-handed people. So a good piece of advice would probably be to become ambidextrous.

(Source: Distractify)

  • SBM_from_LA

    Some of these points are so true… it’s hard being a southpaw…

  • Don Lockwood

    Those that know you understand dining in a booth and being on the end, if you want to elbow fight over dinner, be advised that lefties are experts.
    Writing in a three binder or even spiral notebook is damn near impossible. Writing is always smeared from dragging your hand across it, whether pencil, ink, or anything else.

  • Dirk Teichman

    I don’t get the booth. People can be on your left side or right side. I am right handed, my Mom is right handed. I sat in a booth to her right and got elbowed while she cut her pork chop. Does not make sense. Turn the D-ring binder upside down. The water fountain button is in the middle, don’t get that one either. Trust me though, some of these have got to be very diificult for lefties.