Being left-handed has been considered as something to change right from the developmental stages of a child for decades. In fact, it’s even been considered as a deviance and an abnormality for centuries before that. For example, black magic was even referred to as the ‘Left-Hand Path’.
This has not been the case since though, as it’s been accepted with the changing times and mindsets. People look at right-handers and lefties as more-or-less the same now.
The world is custom made for the right handed. Roughly 11% of the world’s population has a prominent ‘left’ hand. Yet many common tools are designed solely for use by right-handed people, making them difficult, painful, or unsafe for left-handed people to use. These range from simple objects such as scissors to dangerous machinery such as power saws. Even, since 1976, Aug. 13 has been celebrated as International Left-Handers’ Day.
1. Scissors are enraging
Why can’t they just make them work both ways?
2.Having to deal with this
3. Spending your entire life bumping elbows with righties
5. Shaking hands
6. Spiral notebooks
Hope you like circle imprints! oooooh spiral notebooks
7. Playing guitar
Left handed guitars, note books and custom made belts are always more expensive. And never easily available Being left handed does not equal to being rich.
8. Credit card swiping
10. On the iPad Kindle app, the left side is back page.
This is really annoying — if you prefer to hold it in your left hand, you have to move your hand all the way to the other side to tap. On a real Kindle, page forward is on both sides, thankfully.
11. Ink all over the side of your hand
For which someone invented THESE
12. Driver’s cup holder is for the right hand
So you have to hold your cup with your right hand.
13. Number pad is on the right-hand side of keyboard.
14. Made for righties
Apparently you can get modified lefty controllers, but maybe you should just go outside.
15. Kettles that only have the little window on one side
So only right handed people know how much water there is.