I know there is an idiom 'all thumbs' and 'to have two left feet', but is there an idiom with the same meaning as 'all thumbs'? As in 'to have two left thumbs'?
There is a similar idiom in Polish, German, Czech, and Dutch, but it deals with having two left hands. I do get Google hits for 'two left thumbs' with the same meaning as 'all thumbs', but I cannot find it in any dictionary (Urban Dictionary included).
I also get Google hits for "to have two left hands", but I am not sure whether it is appropriate to use it. Since English is a global language, I do not think anyone would have any trouble understanding the idiom. Perhaps English has been influenced by the above languages? As I see it, both native and non-native speakers seem to be using it nowadays, or am I wrong?
My questions are:
Is the idiom "to have two left thumbs" widespread in the English speaking world? What about "to have two left hands"? Is it also legit and widespread there? I can't find any of those in English dictionaries.