I'm pretty sure I can do everything with my left hand that I do with my right hand although I always do everything with my right hand out of comfort I assume, I never really thought about it. Since I never really thought about it, I actually never tried to bat/eat/any motor activity left handed, although I just wrote a few sentences with my left hand and it came out normal, so I'd assume I'm both.
Now that I think of it, I'm the only one in my immediate family who does everything with there right hand.
I'm right handed. Sometimes I wish I was ambidextrous, especially when my right hand is out of commission for whatever reason. I sprained my right hand in a skating fall in school and couldn't write for over a week, which was obnoxious for school purposes. Being ambidextrous would have been very advantageous!
I'm right handed. In 11th grade I broke a finger on my right hand, so it made it very hard to do anything at school. So for about 2 months instead of going to class my teachers would give me my assignments in the library and I would do them up on the computer. Do you know how hard it is doing algebra on a computer?
I'm Ambidextrous. I had taught myself how to write with my left hand, shoot a basketball, along with throwing a ball with my left hand because when I was a Freshman in High School I had hurt my wrist very badly so I couldn't move it much. Now that I taught myself doing all of that stuff I feel more useful in life haha
I'm ambidextrous but I do pretty much everything with my left hand except playing the guitar because I got a guitar for righties and I learn to play that way although playing with my left hand looks much more awesome.