serves you RIGHT for being so sinister.
It also mattered which side the top blade was on relative to your hand, or they just mashed the paper instead of cutting it.
i realise all im saying is left handed scissors were hard to use with your right hand.
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The only way that I can see being left handed helping with art is, as lefties we are forced to think slightly different than the average right-handed Joe. I had to learn to write differently, tie my shoes differently, use scissors differently, ect. ect. I still scare the poop out of anyone watching me cut anything with a knife, though I've yet to cut a finger off.
Just another theory.
I was going to write a snarky response about how ridiculous it is to think being left or right handed makes a person a better artist, but instead i'll just echo what everyone else has been saying. Hard work, and putting the time in, and studying is what makes a person get better at art.
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