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    A Leftist Agenda

    | MA, USA | Bizarre

    (I am filling out a form to refill my medication. A fellow customer, here for a flu shot, sits down next to me. Note that I’m left-handed.)

    Customer: “Woah! How are you doing that with your left hand?”

    Me: “I’m left-handed.”

    Customer: “Don’t you people like, flip around letters?”

    Me: “No, can’t say I do. I think you’re thinking of dyslexia, which some left-handed people have.”

    Customer: “Huh…”

    (The customer notices that I’m writing with a gel pen.)

    Customer: “Wait… you people can’t use gel pens! How do you write with that?”

    Me: “Carefully.”

    Customer: “What would happen if you used your right hand? Would it, like, work?”

    Me: “Well, for most of us, no. My left hand is like your right hand, and my right hand is like your left hand. You could probably use your left hand if you had to, but it’s not ideal. The same goes for me with my right hand.”

    Customer: “That’s so weird! I’ve never seen anything like this!”