Gawd bless my mum for letting me grown up as a leftie, rather than succumb to the pressure of my grannie and the school who were trying to force me down the dark right side (showing my age there...).
Oh, and make sure he learns to use a mouse with his right hand, much better - leaves the left free to write notes / type.
That really spooks my missus!
Apart from that, the only other rightie thing I do is play golf - golfing left-handed just seems weird and always has done.
Hit drivers/irons right handed, but putt left handed. The look of confusion on some guys I play with is interesting!
Being left handed is ace at school playing rounders, you can amble round at your own pace when the other team are all running from one side of the field to the other.
I always enjoyed setting up right handed then just before the ball was thrown swap back to left handed - very rarely many fielders on that side of the field by then.
I don't know if it's left handedness but I can write mirrored writing almost as fast as I can do normal words!
The hardest thing for me being left handed was to learn to use a chainsaw right handed!
That came pretty natural for me.
Yes, easy for me - I just pointed to the tree I wanted chopping with my left hand and got the gardener to do it
fork and spoon is odd. knife and fork = fork in the left. spoon = spoon in the left. fork and spoon...spoon in the left aand wave the fork about uselessly...well that's me at least.
You and me both fella. Can never do posh desserts where you need both fork and spoon.
thing I find the worst is posidrive screws that need to be done TIGHT.
Get it in with left, then often swap to right to nip it up.
Maybe there is a correlation between STW and lefthandedness?