How to Fold a Shirt

Submitted by: MyBordem 11 years ago in

With only a cardboard box, some tape, and box cutters.
There are 63 comments:
Male 244
whoa
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Male 78
I just made one of these, it works well but you have to make it really good so i`ll remake it.
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Male 3,631
I likee.
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Male 468
why do i feel like thats gonna come out in stores soon?
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Male 147
just fold it in half, then fold the arms behind, its not hard.


having said that to try and be cool and aloof, i actually really want to make one now...

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Male 35
You _Could_ fold it manually, obviously if you`re capable of making this foldy-majig then you`re capable of folding a shirt manually.
The thing is, this thing makes it look really neat, tidy, and has the exact same size and shape (so long as you are folding the same kind of shirt).

I`m really tempted to make one, and I might just do that and give it to my sister =P.

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Female 101
I`ve seen it being used in laundromats before...ages ago o.O

And bleh, I just get my personal robot maid to do my laundry.

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Male 239
I might end up building one of these
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Female 1,492
well that, boys and girls, is what we like to call pointless. Why can`t you just fold a shirt by hand? It`s not hard. Besides, if you`re too lazy to fold it by hand, why would you take the time to make that?
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Male 128
GAY!
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Female 670
so cool
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Male 80
That would work good for people who sell T-shirts
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Male 986
vikstar!! i got it on the first try!!!!!!
very easy
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Female 70
that`s cool
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Male 55
Why does the video (the link from vikstar) have to be in japanese???? I`ve watched it like 10 times and still can`t get it! I`m just gonna leave the laundry up to my mom...
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Male 2,513
Music is the only reason I watched the whole thing.
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Female 93
That`s so sweet.
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Female 420
is folding shirts really that important?
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Female 187
wow it almost makes me wana get sum cardboard and make one of those things...almost
impressive none the less =D
vikstar that is also a cool as link.i gota learn that.it`ll be my new party trick =D
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Female 818
Delightful. :D
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Female 335
As a former employee of a department store, I always wondered people people overseas did that.

If only they were smart enough to have that device over here, lol.

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Female 4
if you put this video on at the same time as weapon of choice by fat boy slim its funny
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Male 102
what a tool
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Female 106
oh ya! i saw this before.. i tried to do it but it kept riping apart.. lol
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Male 904
Yeh Vikstar, If I can figure out how to do that, I`ll learn, otherwise, I might make one of these cardboard jobbies.

Alternatively, I`ve got a great device for folding clothes. And it washes and irons them too. It`s called Mother...

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Male 1,725
Vicstar i tried it but i cant get it to work...so im gonna make me one a these
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Female 496
wow that was amusing
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Female 14
"Oh boy, I saw an infomercial on TV with a product exactly like this, but with blue plasic instead of cardboard.
The shipping costed more than the product itself.."

i have one of those. they work great too, unless you`re too lazy to take it out to fold your clothes. which i usually am...

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Male 2,057
but SO cool though, and i dont know why!
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Male 2,057
"With only a cardboard box, some tape, and box cutters".


AND a t shirt :-)

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Male 1,478
Not like i can fold them with my hands or anything...
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Female 454
I always wondered how people did that.

I liked the chirpy Mario music.

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Female 3,001
lol i want one!! and i want one cause im crap at folding stuff lol
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Female 408
Cool.
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Male 133
It`s almost the same as folding them by hand...
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Female 231
this is pretty old but cool
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Male 1,092
Vikstar, that`s exactly how I fold mine
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Male 376
I`m so gonna make that thing.
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Female 335
why wouldnt u just buy one if ur incappable of folding a tshirt manually
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Female 257
Haha at first I thought it was a some kind of parody, that they`d fold a shirt as complicatedly as possible... which they did actually... Nevertheless, it looked cool and usable!

Vikstar: Yeah I`ve seen that, it works!

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Female 811
Wow, i`m going to get me one of those!
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Male 731
muhahaha, coool
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Female 399
or you could do this...

http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/fo...

it`s really easy, neat and takes about a second once you have done it a few times.

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Male 104
i`m going to make that
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Female 33
ok, that`s cool, but i`m not making one, and i`m getting my laundry in 10 minutes... crap, why make it so hard, it takes longer time to make the thing than actually to fold the shirt yourself... besides, i only have like 6-7 shirts here.. i should get one of those for my summer house.. does it work for shorts too!? xP
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Female 289
Genius! We could do with one of those where I work!
Why the Mario music? I doubt Mario folded his own shirts. He`s too famous for that.
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Female 1,972
I`m a bit of a neatnick when it comes to clothes being put away...I love this foldy thingamajigger.
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Male 2,519
Well, at least you can reuse your unused cardboards.
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Male 1,265
Awesome music, though.
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Female 1,001
I employ someone to do that for me, therefore that information was useless
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Female 91
haha that is so cool! i could see one of those shop keepers doing that ... hehehe... wow i just had an inside joke with myself :-\
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Male 239
^^^^ I was going to say that, because that came to my mind.... well now we know how to do it with cardboard.
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Male 888
Oh boy, I saw an infomercial on TV with a product exactly like this, but with blue plasic instead of cardboard.

The shipping costed more than the product itself..

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Male 1,354
Anyone who can`t fold a shirt without a box is a freaking fooktard. I`m sorry, maybe if you`re missing a hand or two it might be hard. Other than those missing limbs, ur a fooktard.
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Female 795
thats brilliant i always have trouble folding shirts, they just end up in a heap on the floor. maybe not anymore!
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Male 49
If you don`t know where that music`s from, you must have been living in a cave for the past 15 years. That music was from Super Mario World on the SNES. And the video was cool!!
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Male 177
what game is that music from?
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Female 1,172
or you could just fold them...
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Female 1,158
Wow, folds them really neatly. But if I`m already too lazy to fold my clothes with my hands, I don`t know why I`d take the time to make this...
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Male 51
Haha, that`s awesome.
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Female 157
brilliant!
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Male 268
That`s pretty damn cool.
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Male 141
Link: How to Fold a Shirt [Rate Link] - With only a cardboard box, some tape, and box cutters.
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