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User avatar #291 - potatoace (06/03/2012) [-]
I think that left-handed people have an advantage over others in life
anyone agrees?
#299 to #291 - androiddxx (06/03/2012) [-]
College desks prove that you are, and always will be, wrong.

This image most likely isn't suitable to the situation, but I find it humorous, and I hope you will too.
User avatar #331 to #299 - potatoace (06/03/2012) [-]
actually I think there are colleges that have desks for lefties
User avatar #294 to #291 - jamespowell (06/03/2012) [-]
User avatar #293 to #291 - tuesdayscoming (06/03/2012) [-]
I would say the opposite considering many utilities and sports equipment are manufactured primarily for right handed people considering that trait is more dominant.
User avatar #298 to #293 - gtk (06/03/2012) [-]
Actually in Tennis lefties have an advantage because we can obtain a certain kind of spin that is significantly harder for righties to get.

Other than that though yeah, we get pretty ****** over
User avatar #301 to #298 - tuesdayscoming (06/03/2012) [-]
Hmmm interesting, did not know that!
User avatar #305 to #301 - gtk (06/03/2012) [-]
I didn't either until a few weeks ago. I was playing with an old friend who plays tennis regularly and thats what he told me. I did realize that it doesnt matter that I can put spin on the ball, because I could never ******* hit it.
User avatar #307 to #305 - tuesdayscoming (06/03/2012) [-]
hahah I used to play a lot but haven't in a while. The only thing I really suck at is serving properly
User avatar #308 to #307 - gtk (06/03/2012) [-]
I played back in high school and did decently in the tournaments but after ...9 years now (I feel old as **** ) I have the tennis abilities of a dyslexic donkey.
User avatar #311 to #308 - tuesdayscoming (06/03/2012) [-]
Does dyslexia impair motor capabilities and/or hand-eye coordination? Not trying to be sarcastic btw
User avatar #313 to #311 - gtk (06/03/2012) [-]
I actually don't think so, past being a slow reader I don't think it effects you in any other way.
User avatar #314 to #313 - tuesdayscoming (06/03/2012) [-]
haha ok just wondering. my chemistry teacher was slightly dyslexic. I swear I learned HOBrFNCl less than something like HBrOClFN
User avatar #318 to #314 - gtk (06/03/2012) [-]
At least he wrote in English... I remember when I took it I had a teacher from India who had terrible handwriting (possibly switching between languages mid sentence) and a super thick accent. I remember I had these mixed up until I got to organic chemistry:
Anion = Onion
Alvagadros Number = Alvacados Number
Any element = long UM at the end.

The best part was is that he explained something once then say: "Do you understand? Say Yes." Then he proceeded before anyone said anything.
#320 to #318 - tuesdayscoming (06/03/2012) [-]
I can't wait to see some of my engineering professors in college
User avatar #321 to #320 - gtk (06/03/2012) [-]
College really isnt too bad as long as you have some people to study with. (not 'study' with). Just make use of office hours and get to know your professors. I still go rock climbing with my old carbon based chemistry professor occasionally. It really helps come finals time.
#351 to #321 - anon (06/03/2012) [-]
Gave me a feel, for some strange reason.
User avatar #322 to #321 - tuesdayscoming (06/03/2012) [-]
I enjoyed the use of 'study' haha. But yes I've heard doing those kinds of things really is the difference maker. I'm excited despite the fact that I have a year left... but hey I'm all down with the ACT and junior year so that's nice :P
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