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August 2014

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In this edition:

  • Happy Left-Handers Day
  • Images to share
  • Use the #lefthandersday hashtag
  • 40% off Left Handers Day Essential products Set
  • How left-handed are you? – Initial results analysis

Happy Left Handers Day

Left Handers Day 2014

August 13th is the day for us lefties to tell the world how proud we are of being left-handed! It may well be a right-handed world most of the year, but today we switch things around and lead with our left.There are many great ways to get involved with the fun such as

The website is also a great place to send anyone who is curious about what makes left-handers so special.

Image to share on Left Handers DayImages to share

Head over to our website for a great selection of fun left-handed quotes and facts to share on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

There are also some profile pictures to use for the day.

You can also visit our Facebook page to join in the conversation

View all our graphics and images for the day

Use the #lefthandersday hashtag

#lefthandersday hashtag for twitter and facebook
If you post anything about Left-Handers' Day online don't forget to use the #lefthandersday hash tag. This is a great way to make sure your posts will be found by anyone looking to find out more about Left Handers' Day.

Find out more about using the hashtag

40% off Left Handers Day Essential products Set

Was £30.45 – now £19.95

Make a lefty's life easier with over 40% off an exclusive Left-Handed Essentials Set that has been specially designed for Left-Handers Day.

If you, or anyone you know, sometimes struggles with the many little ways that this right-handed world makes life difficult for lefties, this pack is a perfect solution. It contains many of our best-selling products at an amazing 40% discount just for Left-Handers Day.

Pack includes:

  • Left handed general purpose scissors
  • Left handed tin opener
  • Left handed swivel blade peeler
  • Left handed corkscrew
  • Left handed pencils
  • Left handed pencil sharpener
  • Clear plastic left handed ruler
  • Left-handed notebook

Use this link to get more information and order your Left handers Day Essentials Set now

Left-handed test initial results analysis

3,600 people have already completed the test, with 3,008 of them considering themselves to be left-handed.   Of those:

  • 99% write with their left hand
  • 75% cut with scissors left-handed (and a lot said they only use their right hand because there were no left handed scissors available when they were young)
  • 76% are left-eyed
  • 71% are left footed

The overall weighted score was 86% with the number of peoplegraded as “Seriously left-handed” being 53% of the total.   518 people, or 17% of the total, had an all left-handed score of 100%.
If you have not taken the test yet, use this link to see the test form

Use this link to see the full results analysis

Best wishes
Keith and Lauren Milsom
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3 comments on “LHC NL Aug 2014B
  1. Paula Oksanen says:

    In the test about lefthandedness I would have answered whichever/both on the question on turning the page (as it depends on the direction I want to go in the book). I also would have liked quaetions like Which hand do you use for the mouse when working with a computer or which hand do you use to write on your phone, do you use the numbers in a square at the side of your keyboard or the numbers above the letters, which hand do you use for bankcard pin codes, etc. So many modern things are ergonomically correct for right handed, but wrong for us.

  2. Liz Montville says:

    My husband recently bought me a new-fangled can opened that is perfect for left and right handed people. It’s the kind that cuts below the rim so that you can put the top back on after opening the can. I love it; it’s so easy to use (once you figure it out). Please tell everyone about this, it’ll be a boon to their existence!
    I’d submit a pic but I don’t see an option to do so. thanks for your website!

  3. al says:


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