Wednesday, August 5, 2015

MUPPETS LEFT-HANDED?

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Muppets are almost always left handed; this is on account of the fact that the puppeteers that control them use their dominant hand (usually right) to control the head of the puppet and their non-dominant hand (usually left) to control the wand which moves the muppet's hand.

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