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January 18, 2007


Brody Harper



Well, my first thought was to say that perhaps that was "progress", but then my second was that it's dangerous for me to think of posting replies just after I wake up. Then I actually watched the video. Pretty amazing, really. When I am more "awake" I will look at the step-by-step and give it a try. I thought I knew how to fold tee shirts, but I rather like the way that looks. Much easier. :)


i had to watch it a couple of times because i was so stunned by what my eyes were showing me!! that is pretty amazing!! i work at a nike store and know all about folding shirts... but this just takes the cake! good find mark. good find.


Oh my ******** *** -- **** *****! I just folded shirts! I just went in my room and it took me 2 tries to get it right -- BUT IT WORKED. My house was filled with so many exclamatory explicatives that I cannot post on your blog. My cats even came running to see what I was doing.

**** ****. I'm so exicted! Do you know that I hang absolutly everything up because I can't fold. I'm not making that up -- I don't "fold" anything. Not even my pants. I even just used this method to perfectly fold a fleece pullover. Seriously. I'm amazed.


2 notes -- I saw Martha Stewart do this but I never could remember the steps. Also, Oddly enough -- and unplanned -- the first shirt I grabbed to test this on was a Third Day shirt... freaky.

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