By HR_Risk - United States - Jacksonville
Today, at the office, I was walking towards a blind man who works in another department. When I realized our paths would collide, I called out that I was on his right because we'd received an email from HR that said this would help him. I was actually on his left. FML
Stevie Laurel tells us more :
OP here! Luckily the guy has a great sense of humor and just laughed it off saying "It's really early in the morning, I get it." He didn't seem upset at all.
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  DraconicFeline  |  31

If it makes you feel any better OP, I was recently trying to give someone directions to my apartment building, and told them to go over two speed bumps and turn left. It was not, in fact, two speed bumps (only one)...nor was it a left turn.

I couldn't even use the 'early morning' excuse as it was around 8 in the evening.

By  azouwa  |  26

Remembering your left from your right is easy. Switching back and forth between your left and right and someone directly across from you can get tricky. You'll get used to it OP. I'm sure you weren't the first to do that to him.