How to Fold a Shirt Quick

Submitted by: LaChica 10 years ago Misc
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Doesn"t even require cardboard or box cutters.
There are 78 comments:
Male 358
sweet i finally know how to do my own laundry
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Male 986
lmao thats kinda neat....but the voices in the background, the woman who did it, and the text at bottom, all seemed kinda too happy for a simple shirt folding trick...
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Female 93
haha das coo!! aii saw dis on google a long time agoo like,, when i was 10 haha!! it was so long ago i was in el paso...a really really long time, since then i do my shirts like dat!!
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Male 693
Very cool! I`ve seen this alot though, it works. But I just fold mine the easy way. I`ll start this way now :D
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Male 57
Meh. I can`t do it.
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Male 259
i prefered the cardboard one, someone make me one and send me one for free, im just too lazy to make one for my self right now
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Male 943
I saw it on Letterman before.
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Male 587
ive seen this video 1000 times and i still cant do it. ah well
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Male 121
DOESNT WORK
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Female 246
Wow... this is so old but its still awesome
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Male 187
TRIED AND IT DONT WORK! FAKE!!! PHOTOSHOPPED!!
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Female 88
I did it right! 8D And it only took like, 10 tries! And about 2904586098503285946 re-watchings of the video! XD
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Female 44
ok...so....these are actually sold in canada...... :-? ......they are made out of blue plastic though......
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Female 582
yea, i seen this before, but anyways, is it sad that as soon as i watched this, i ran to my room and folded a teeshirt just like that (it worked too!)?
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Male 253
ALEALELELELULALULALELEA!!!!! ::Hassan comes out::
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Male 280
sry for the capital letters caps lock was on
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Male 280
i ALREADY KNOW HOW TO DO THIS MY FRIEND SHOWED ME
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Male 1,496
*wee won wee won wee won*
I think I hear the repost poleice!
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Male 84
Uhm, weird... I posted an english version with step-by-step instructions, but i guess they thought that japanese instructions are better?
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Female 192
I`ve never seen that before, but within a half hour of watching, all my husband`s and kids` t-shirts are folded that way. It was really easy, and mine aren`t all crumpled. I don`t know what the big deal is. I just thought it was kinda neat...usually I just fold them with the crease right down the center. lol anyone else do that???
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Male 182
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLLLLLLLLLLLLDDDDDDDDD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! RRRRREEEEEEEEEEPPPPPPPPPPOOOOOOSSSSTTT!!!!!

cardboard box is better and more creative

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Male 3,631
"Ze Claig Zist uf AmAZEhument!" Hwuoaaaaaaa! (sound chinky flute of amazement)!!!
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Male 3,631
they could probably find it on Craig`s list, though.
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Male 3,631
They`ve even got the chinky flute of amazement sound-effects at the end, and the council of Shao-Khan oohing in awe of her garment-mastery. All that`s missing is a bowl of rice and, like I said before, a mechanism for kinky Japanese men who have a fetish for this sort of thing to PAY for such a spectacle...
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Male 3,631
Brilliant! Thank you for posting this. Americans always make it harder than it has to be; it`s that industrial-age bug that directs our first instinct toward mechanical innovation for everyday problems, rather than just manipulating your object like an origami and impressing all of your horny clients who subscribe to that unlimited shirt-folding pay-site, all for just 24.99 a month! I would watch her fold shirts all day if she were just a little more kinky...
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Female 370
GOD damn it`s old
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Male 556
omg it works i just did it!
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Male 2,781
THAT`S HOW MY MOM TAUGHT ME HOW TO FOLD MY SH`T.

THING IS, NOW I JUST GET MY SHIRTS AND THROW THEM ON A TABLE. IF THEY GET ALL WRINKLED, OH WELL. WHATEVER.

YEAH I USED TO GIVE A CRAP ABOUT IT. ONCE. SOME TIME AGO.

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Female 263
um... am i da onli person hu has no idea wat she jus did? lol
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Female 1,403
OCD here! I fold them them roll them up (neatly) and put them in the drawer and then I can see all my t-shirts and not forget the one`s that would be sitting on the bottom of the drawer. I also organize them by sleeve length.
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Male 263
i just refolded all of my shirts...really
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Male 1,725
dude EVERY1 who checks comments saw this a day or 2 ago
was it really nessicary(sp) to put it on?
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Female 106
Wednesday, October 11, 2006 2:37:49 AM
isn`t this the 100th time someone`s posted this?


yeah it is. >:/ oh wells. lets learn again! lol

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Female 364
o_o ... Cool.
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Male 967
Sugoi! If I hadn`t seen this posted on the back of a milk carton already!
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Male 339
Mayhem66: [quote]hai![/quote]
iie!
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Male 4,393
i prefer the hanger
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Male 1,263
seen this before lol
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Male 468
why does this have to be posted 154353 times?
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Female 600
Forget that. I`m too uncoordinated to do it. I`ll fold my shirts my way. I happen to lik them wrinkled.
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Male 2,513
Midget, midget. Midget.
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Male 418
I`d rather have my little asian maid to fold all my clothes for me (that is, right after she "love me long time")
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Female 75
I saw this ages ago on funny-junk.com, I learnt it straight away as a joke, I never actually used it though.
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Male 1,478
AAAAAARGH MY HEAD HURTS!
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Female 3,001
=O

is in

shock

lol =)

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Female 454
hai!
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Female 795
OH MEH GAWD!!! that was like magic.
honestly, im shocked!
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Female 298
I`ve seen this before.. tried it. Can`t do it.

I`m a failure at life.

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Male 2,057
not as fun tho!
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Male 236
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Male 651
this video is older than shirts themselves.
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Female 588
i just tried it, and... let`s just say the shirt didn`t come up well. pass the iron.
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Male 1,039
I`m sure this works, but the video jumps twice. It`s edited in 2 different places...just watch the postition of her hands and the shirt.

YEP..jumps at least twice.

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Male 175
REPOST!
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Female 339
by the time you`ve learnt to do that properly, u could have bought 50 hangers, put up a wardrobe and have a nice closet full of uncrumply clothes :)
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Male 1,364
t-shirt origami
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Female 221
whoah dude!

Japanese people... wow.

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Female 269
i would try it to see if it works...but i cant be bothered
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Female 811
Wow, I bet I couldn`t do that!!
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Female 578
[quote]On 10/11/2006 2:37:49 AM Unbreakable wrote: isn`t this the 100th time someone`s posted this?[/quote]
yup
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Male 126
I`ve seen this soo many times I`ve forgotten how to fold sirts any other way.
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Male 195
WHAt?!
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Female 33
somebody showed this to me efore once, it`s awesome. So much better than the cardboard thing...
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Female 27
I aint never seen this, gonna try it tho....i will hold iab responsible if it messes up my ironing!!!
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Male 1,217
meh, seen this done it too.

and yeah, only the top looks good the bottom is messed up, the sleeve is down there!

but it looks so cool... --;

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Female 180
It doesn`t work on womens` t-shirts if they are curved around the waist. Well not for me anyway. |-(
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Female 1,001
Have i really managed to get through my whole life without folding a shirt correctly......


Get A Grip People!!

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Female 289
Right. I`ve just tried it and ended up with a crumpled mess.
Pass the cardboard handmejig.
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Male 2,567
Lol i`ve seen this before
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Female 1,972
I`m a spaz- I need the cardboard foldy thingamajig.
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Male 239
yeah i`ve seen this, like sooo many times
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Male 81
i saw this on either Martha Stewart or Tyra or some chick talk show... it doesn`t work too well with my old wrinkled shirts, i guess it helps if the shirt is brand new and "crisp"
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Male 1,354
Umm, I tried it and the shirt is folded all screwed up every time. it just looks good on top. I`ll keep doing it the old way.
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Female 327
isn`t this the 100th time someone`s posted this?
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Female 1,071
imgoing to learn this
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Female 245
angus, you fatty beefcake you...

oh about the vid..


PURE GENIUS

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Female 86
i`ve tried that before, it is way faster but i just prefer the hanger
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Female 1,596
Link: How to Fold a Shirt Quick [Rate Link] - Doesn`t even require cardboard or box cutters.
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