10% of the world population is left-handed. That might not sound like a lot, but it's actually about 750 million people.
Most of us don't realize that there are lots of things lefties struggle with every day! Reddit user Luis-Barajas asked the lefties of Reddit for common activities or things they have trouble with because they're designed for right-handed folks, and the answers might surprise you:
1."Writing on desks that are attached to the right side of the chair."
2."Going out to eat with a large group is annoying. I have to make sure I get the left-most seat or the end seat. Otherwise I'll be knocking elbows with some righty through the whole meal."
8."My daughters are left-handed. We spent about two years trying to teach my eldest how to tie her shoes, but she just couldn't get it and we didn't know why. Then someone pointed out that the method we were using would look wrong to her and she wouldn't be able to copy what I showed her. We tried a method that didn't start from any particular side and she mastered it in 10 minutes."
9."Can openers! My husband thinks I'm bonkers for asking him to open cans for me or buy the ones with pull tabs."
10."My son is left-handed and I have to remind him to be careful every time we go on the train because the ticket barriers are designed for right handed people, so you have to tap your card/insert your ticket on the right to open the barrier in front of you. He automatically taps the reader on the left, which opens the next barrier over!"