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Left and Right Handed Clothing

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Clothing that is totally different on one side from the other -- to enhance learning of left from right. I still have trouble with this and sometimes totally blank out. It seems like I have to jump into a very special headspace to be able to determine left from right. This same thing happens to me with stop lights sometimes especially from far away, if I can't see whether the light is at the top or bottom, to have to determine whether it is red or green requires something that feels like preparing for a test in a class you are not doing well in.
JesusHChrist, Jun 15 2014

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       //to determine whether it is red or green requires something that feels like preparing for a test in a class you are not doing well in//   

       I would not want to suggest for a moment that there may be something seriously wrong with you, but there may be something seriously wrong with you.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 15 2014
  

       or, to quote the taglines   

       "I didn't say you were _onto_ something ..."
FlyingToaster, Jun 15 2014
  

       Next Up: Anatomically Correct Silverware
Grogster, Jun 15 2014
  

       Sex rears it's ugly head. Ladies to the left. Gents to the right. or is the other way round ? look at pants racks to know for sure.
popbottle, Jun 15 2014
  

       I used to have trouble with left and right when I was contra dancing. (Like square dancing or English country dances.) So I got a tennis sweatband/wristband and put it on my left wrist.   

       I suggest you get all hipster with a big wristwatch, and pick a side.   

       My clothing asymmetry:   

       Many of my shirts only have a pocket on my left.   

       My trousers often have that little watch pocket only on the right, so I keep my little Swiss Army knife in there.   

       I carry my clip knife or an inkpen (depending on the job and day) on my right hip pocket.   

       I sometimes just thump, tap, or rest my hand on any of those, thinking left or right as appropriate, just to remind myself.
baconbrain, Jun 15 2014
  
      
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