"So if two lefties had a baby, the baby should turn out left-handed. This is not the case for your family or lots of others either.
When people have looked at handedness, it just doesn't follow simple rules. For example, if both parents are right-handed, there is a 1 in 10 chance of having a left-handed child. The same is true if the dad is left-handed. If the mother is left-handed, the odds rise to 2 in 10. And if both parents are left-handed, the child has a 4 in 10 chance of being left-handed."
On a curious related note, that nerf ball with the fins on the back that had a counter in it? Doesn't work for lefties. My son throws left handed (he does nearly everything else right handed) and boy did that counter thing **** him off!
My best friend was appearing to be left handed so his Dad would punish him for using it because it is a right handed world. He eventually became right handed and should be out of prison on early release soon.
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