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Old 2004-05-04, 13:24   Link #21
dragonz20
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... Good time to start eh?


Wow ... the second I get home I'm trying that ...
same here. gonna try it as soon as I get home.
i was like "wow, I can use this trick when I am doing my laundry at the laundrymat!"
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Old 2004-05-04, 19:06   Link #22
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wow,...nice I tried it and it works well..except I cant seem to get it centered
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Old 2004-05-04, 19:26   Link #23
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my dad just did all the laudry like that hahah! .... :swt:
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Old 2004-05-04, 20:00   Link #24
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wow,...nice I tried it and it works well..except I cant seem to get it centered
There's a good way to get it centered. When you place one hand on the center part and fold the shirt over it, don't get insistent about it's position. Don't actually grip the shirt with your centering hand, just use it to fold the shirt over. After you connect the top and bottom of the shirt, you simply shift the centering hand back or forth so that it finds the taut center of the fold, then you grip the shirt between your fingers.
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Old 2004-05-04, 22:47   Link #25
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There's a good way to get it centered. When you place one hand on the center part and fold the shirt over it, don't get insistent about it's position. Don't actually grip the shirt with your centering hand, just use it to fold the shirt over. After you connect the top and bottom of the shirt, you simply shift the centering hand back or forth so that it finds the taut center of the fold, then you grip the shirt between your fingers.
Wow expert in the art of shirt folding he is....now I'm getting curious since people seem to be trying it, but like I posted before "I think that I'm just going to keep at it the way I normally do."
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Old 2004-05-04, 22:53   Link #26
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I'm wondering if NonSanninWa can cook too. ^^
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Old 2004-05-04, 23:05   Link #27
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I'm wondering if NonSanninWa can cook too. ^^
What's wrong w/ guys that know how to do the laundry, fold their clothes, and cook?
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Old 2004-05-04, 23:08   Link #28
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What's wrong w/ guys that know how to do the laundry, fold their clothes, and cook?
I think she's implying that he would make a nice potential mate...
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Old 2004-05-04, 23:09   Link #29
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it works!!!! it works!!!!! I am gonna fold all my shirts like this from now on... much thanks!
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Old 2004-05-04, 23:10   Link #30
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what? we all now NoSanninwa is a gir... err, a bo... err, a furry! I'm betting on girl btw

I showed the folding to my brother and he loved it! but he couldn't do it the first time.
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Old 2004-05-05, 00:08   Link #31
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After I saw the clip i took off my shirt and tried it and it worked just like in the clip, i'm glad that i learned something today, at least the whole day wasn't a waste.
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Old 2004-05-05, 00:43   Link #32
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Quote:
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I'm wondering if NonSanninWa can cook too. ^^
dunno id marry NsW anyway.
(cuz i can never get those folds right!)


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What's wrong w/ guys that know how to do the laundry, fold their clothes, and cook?
**insert woman joke here**

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SICK! it just showed my dad and he was like WTF?
yeah... imma have to do that too

think of the possibilities!
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Old 2004-05-05, 01:21   Link #33
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Waaah, I tried it, it worked!!! It's not so hard after all, once you get the hang of it. Unfortunately I don't have that many ordinary t-shirts to fold, it's such a pity. I wonder if it works on dresses too...
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Old 2004-05-05, 01:34   Link #34
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This threads lame: , wait it works, this thread ownz!! thanx now if I could only find that missing sock
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Old 2004-05-05, 02:18   Link #35
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I wonder if you could do that quicker with hand seals ... like if you concentrate more.
lol, you naruto freak! Wait..... thats me too... ....

I've tried it, but I still prefer the 1 crumple fold technique. Then combine it with, throw it on my bedroom floor-technique.
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Old 2004-05-05, 11:07   Link #36
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Waaah, I tried it, it worked!!! It's not so hard after all, once you get the hang of it. Unfortunately I don't have that many ordinary t-shirts to fold, it's such a pity. I wonder if it works on dresses too...
yeah same here...

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nevermind.

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now if I could only find that missing sock
i love you bun-kun

i am showing it off at school as we speak.
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Old 2004-05-05, 15:48   Link #37
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I never fold my shirts, thats womans work.

*p3psi over looks his shirts randomly tossed around the room and realizes he has no woman*

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Old 2004-05-06, 00:15   Link #38
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WTF!!! ive been tryin to do it for like 10 minutes! this is really starting to piss me off!
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Old 2004-05-06, 00:20   Link #39
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ooo ok i understand now.. but mine looks rlly sloppy compared to what she did... what skills... what skills..
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Old 2004-05-06, 00:49   Link #40
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with this i can attract all the lil girlies!!
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