The first fact about being ambidextrous that you might not know is what it means. For those who haven't come across the word, it's when a person is able to use both of their hands with ease. And if you didn't even know that, you'll definitely be stunned by these fascinating facts about being ambidextrous. Because there's a lot of traits that come along with the ability to write well with both your left and right hand.
Most of the world is right handed — I'm talking 70 to 95 percent, according to Scientific American. So when the unusual left handed person comes along, you might be surprised by what you're seeing. Writing script with the left hand? How strange! But a pen can feel ~right~ at home in both hands for a select few.
If you're a right handed person and doing anything with your less dominant hand makes you feel like the world is suddenly spinning backwards, you're not ambidextrous. In fact, as we'll learn in more detail, people who are truly, thoroughly ambidextrous are extremely rare. Not mutant superhero recruited into X-men rare, but still, rare. Coming along with the identity of being able to properly utilize both hands with ease is a bunch of facts that might pique your interest.