left, so i can turn the knobs and press the buttons properly.
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i also wear the bracelet well fitted so it dosnt look like i stole the thing, or bought it and didnt know to ask them to size it. if you find this statement offensive, perhaps you can learn how to wear jewelry.
It depends on which hand I am going to use that day to write with. If right, then I'll wear my watch on the left, if left then of course on the right! I wear it loose but not dangling. My wrists are very thin so usually many links would have to be taken out to fit, so I just don't care and leave it a tad loose.
I'm right handed and I used to wear my watch on my right hand as far back as I can remember. I used to take it off in high school when I needed to write. I nearly lost a really expensive watch numerous times that way, so I now wear it on my left and always leave it on.
It was a fitted clasp watch that was fit really tight on my right wrist, the indentation in my wrist was still there for a few weeks after I stopped wearing it.
It's weird but to this day I still fumble with my sportswatch when I put it on my left arm, but I can put it on my right without thinking.
Right handed and wore it on my right ever since i was young :P People often asked what the heck i was doing, but it just felt more natural to me And when i did try to wear it on my left, my right hand was pretty uncoordinated to put the watch on haha
I pretend to be normal, but people find out when I start writing... They actually find out several times before realizing they've found out several times, in which case they stop realizing I'm left handed and start remembering that I am.