You’ve got to hand it to the hands; they get stuff done. Sometimes they type, sometimes they write. sometimes they help with the holding of things. They have these limbs referred to as “fingers” and “thumbs” and it is an interesting thing to behold as they serve as extensions on the hands that help with the concept known as grip. They help with a lot of things. We can get a few things done.
Sometimes hands are used to hold the handlebars on bikes. Sometimes instead of that they hold steering wheels. Sometimes instead of that they hold doors open.
There are times when hands are used to press buttons, or to grip onto surfaces. Perhaps there are times when they do both within close proximity to each other. I doubt it would be something unheard of. Maybe I’ll have to look into that later, but that’s something to worry about at some other juncture in the future. Right now this is all about hands and what they can and cannot do. Well, more about what they can do, but perhaps with a little of what they cannot do thrown in for good measure. I guess we’ll just have to see.
Hands can create sounds, such as the loud, sharp sound of a clap when cupping the hands in a certain way so as to make the sound they produce much louder and apparent than if they are not cupped in said certain way.
They’re also good for feeling surfaces and working out as to how objects appear if you are unable to see them for some reason. They’re good for working a lot of things out. They can make gestures and signal for things. They can also not signal for things. There are a great many things done with hands and we often take them for granted due to how ingrained and into frequent use they fall, but they certainly are quite useful things.
Sometimes it is better to use your hands for some things and sometimes it is better to not sue your hands for some things. There is a wild and passionate debate that rages on about hands and how to best use them, but hands are in the arms of the beholder, as they say, and if you’re not careful, then petrifaction may set in faster than eutrophication. You need to be careful with these things when it comes to the use of hands and their many applications as if you are not careful you may upset the balance and thus catastrophe of some sort of level may befall the whole thing and then you’d be in a position that is less than stellar. We can’t have that happening.
So, in conclusion, whilst hands are useful, you should be careful as you don’t know as to what will happen if you use them with reckless abandon. You don’t want to cause more harm than good, so make sure that you are responsible with your hand action.
The time it took to write five-hundred words: 06:44:30
Nice speed, silly writing. The more silly this became, the smoother it became (I think).
Written at home.