Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Where Aren't They Now: 64

Chip is antidextrous.

You may be more familiar with antidexterity's counterpart, ambidexterity. While people who exhibit ambidexterity can use both hands with equal agility, the antidextrous, such as Chip, are equally clumsy with both.

This is not a matter of simply being a klutz-- Chip's brain actually prefers not to use either hand. It takes great force of will for Chip to pick things up, point to things, catch a football. High fives are completely out of the question.

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