today i learned – sun 4th mar 2018

right, i think today’s post is going to be pretty short 🙈

it comes courtesy of my wonderful better half and is something that i think 99% of people already know 😂

#tdil that left handed scissors are actually different to right handed scissors ✂️

i know, i know, i probably should have figured that fact out a long time ago … but i didn’t 🤷🏻‍♂️ to be honest, i don’t think I’ve ever really properly thought about it 😅

but yeah, there is a legit difference between left and right handed scissors (i’d often wondered why my nail scissors only worked properly on one hand 🤔)

left handed scissors feature blades that are the opposite way around to right handed scissors – the top blade is always on the left, meaning that squeezing the blades together actually cuts 🤙🏻

if you try to use right handed scissors in your left hand, then you’ll find that the squeezing action that you do when using scissors just bends whatever you’re trying to cut and doesn’t actually chop 🙄

using the same logic, you can also figure out whether you or your child requires left handed scissors 👍🏻

right, told you this one would be a quick one 🙈 it’s another one of those simple things you should probably know 🤷🏻‍♂️ just like how just spells william 😂

peace 🤙🏻 #tdil


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