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bukhrn

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wilber1 wrote:

People shouldn't have to make decisions like this. Other ones I've wrestled with are which arm should I put in my shirt or jacket first and which leg first when putting pants and shoes on.
True, just like, Which way should the TP come off the roll, Over or Under. [emoticon]


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This is pretty funny. I was 67 before I realized that I had been tying my shoes all wrong. On long walks I always had to stop and tighten up my laces. I even double tied them but still.....I finally took the time to look at the knots. I had been putting the left lace under the right when starting. This resulted in a granny knot. Now it is the right over the left and life is better.

I also start my belt on the left side. Don't wear any buckles that require a right side up display.


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bukhrn wrote:

wilber1 wrote:

People shouldn't have to make decisions like this. Other ones I've wrestled with are which arm should I put in my shirt or jacket first and which leg first when putting pants and shoes on.
True, just like, Which way should the TP come off the roll, Over or Under. [emoticon]


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Geez wiz - everyone knows the TP comes over the top.

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Fizz wrote:

If you’re left handed it’s the other way round. Think about it.


I just saw this and it made me laugh!!


I'm a lefty but, I put my belt on counter clockwise.

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aftermath wrote:

This is pretty funny. I was 67 before I realized that I had been tying my shoes all wrong. On long walks I always had to stop and tighten up my laces. I even double tied them but still.....I finally took the time to look at the knots. I had been putting the left lace under the right when starting. This resulted in a granny knot. Now it is the right over the left and life is better.



Me too. All those years I was tieing a granny knot instead of a reef knot.


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sljohnson1938 wrote:

bukhrn wrote:

wilber1 wrote:

People shouldn't have to make decisions like this. Other ones I've wrestled with are which arm should I put in my shirt or jacket first and which leg first when putting pants and shoes on.
True, just like, Which way should the TP come off the roll, Over or Under. [emoticon]


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I have always started it left but my belly and butt always distort the shape of even my most expensive belts, so I switched directions and never realized how hard it was to change.

Just like when I had shoulder surgery. Never dreamed how difficult it was to preform some tasks with the left hand.

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mikestock wrote:

I have always started it left but my belly and butt always distort the shape of even my most expensive belts, so I switched directions and never realized how hard it was to change.

Just like when I had shoulder surgery. Never dreamed how difficult it was to preform some tasks with the left hand.

I wear a 2 1/4" gun belt . It has a stiffener sewed between the two pieces of leather. it still sags from my gut. Paid over 100.00 for it.
They make one that has a stainless steel trip sandwiched between the two pieces of leather. Guaranteed not to sag.I think I will order one but would like to see it before ordering.

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mikestock wrote:

I have always started it left but my belly and butt always distort the shape of even my most expensive belts, so I switched directions and never realized how hard it was to change.

Just like when I had shoulder surgery. Never dreamed how difficult it was to preform some tasks with the left hand.


I know what you mean. My left arm and hand are paralyzed due to a stroke. Fortunately, I'm right handed and have learned to be pretty independent with use of only one arm. It's amazing how the body can learn to adapt to various situations.
I drive my own vehicle (modified for right hand operation), dress myself (use a button hook for top button on dress shirt), and do pretty much everything else. Can't tie shoelaces, though. So I use shoes with Velcro straps. Same with ties, so I wear western style Bolo ties, which can be put on with one hand. [emoticon]


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