Nonetheless, I did find sort of amusing the last sentence of this bit from the Wiki entry:
The word "ambidextrous" is derived from the Latin roots ambi-
, meaning "both", and dexter
, meaning "right" or favourable. Thus, "ambidextrous" is literally "both right" or "both favourable". The term ambidexter in English was originally used in a legal sense of jurors who accepted bribes from both parties for their verdict.
Fantastic little nugget of knowledge; that's going straight into the memory bank.
Thanks for looking it up.