Left Handers Club Newsletter – June 2013 (2)
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Here is your chance to stock up on your favourite left-handed items before the summer at a big discount. For the first 100 orders only that we receive from Club Members, you can enter
Coupon Code LHC63
in our online checkout and get a 20% discount on EVERYTHING in our shop as long as your pre-discount product value is over £20.00
This won't last long so be quick! We will keep the code running until the end of June 2013 but reduce the discount to 10% after the first 100 orders, so you will still be getting a bargain.
Here are some ideas for essential left-handed items you can pick up under this offer:
Also don't miss out on:
Use this link now to see if the 20% discount is still available – be quick!
Wow! – this one touched a nerve! We have been inundated with comments and emails about the things right-handers do that annoy us. I have gone through them all and added them to our page on this here – Things right-handers do that annoy us. Use that link to see the full list or add any more of your thoughts as comments. Here are some of my favourites from the new ones:
We have had a few emails recently with people asking about differences between left and right-handers in tying shoelaces and also saying that as a lefthander their shoelaces keep coming undone and is there some connection. We have found the same think so Keith contacted the world expert on shoelace tying, Ian Fieggen in Australia to find out more.
The short answer is, “yes” the way you tie your knots as a left-hander makes your shoelaces come undone, but it is not quite as simple as that.
Use this link to see the full story on shoelace tying and leave your own comments, experiences and advice and also find out about the Ian Knot which is ambidextrous, faster and, he thinks, solves the problem.
Find out more and make a contribution – thank you! (Paypal or cards)
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