Wow, some of those are actually true. Not all though
Any one left hander here?
Left Handed Fascinating Facts
Most left-handers draw figures facing to the right.
There is a high tendency in twins for one to be left-handed
Stuttering and dyslexia occur more often in left-handers (particularly if they are forced to change their writing hand as a child, like King of England George VI).
Left-handers adjust more readily to seeing underwater.
Left-handers excel particularly in tennis, baseball, swimming and fencing
Left-handers usually reach puberty 4 to 5 months after right-handers
4 of the 5 original designers of the Macintosh computer were left-handed
1 in 4 Apollo astronauts were left-handed - 250% more than the normal level.
Left-handers are generally more intelligent, better looking, imaginative and multi-talented than right handers - based on discussions among members of the Left-Handers Club!
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Left handed tour - Left handed fascinating facts
One 'left hander' here.
Don't know if those facts are generally true (some are for me) but the one thing that people keep telling me is that my handwriting is terrible because i'm left handed which is silly because many left handed people do have decent handwriting. Actually there are tasks -like painting a wall or using a racket- that I prefer to do right handed.
I noticed that in some professions there's a significant percentage left handers. Don't know why.
My 6 years old daughter is a left-hander. She's so beautiful, intelligent, and multi-talented. I really love to hear people saying that my daughter is outstanding. She wants to be a doctor .
I'm ambidextrous but my left-hand is dominant and I use it for writing.
I can especially vouch for: "Left-handers are generally more intelligent, better looking, imaginative and multi-talented than right handers - based on discussions among members of the Left-Handers Club!"
Either way, a large percentage of U.S. Presidents were left-handed and some of the worlds most brilliant artists, scientists and inventors. Overall it just seems like those of us blessed with the gift of being left-handed succeed to a higher degree. xD