Saturday, November 04, 2006

How to fold a t-shirt


Say what? Yes, under the famous category, "and now for something completely different", I present you, a genius way of folding your t-shirts. Do try it at home.

7 Comments:

Blogger Gary said...

Wow! I'm sure I can't do it.

I have trouble tying my tie (which I try not to need too often).

7:45 PM  
Blogger Granny said...

I watched that a while ago and still can't figure it out.

9:01 PM  
Blogger Ingrid said...

I tried to do it with one of those thick cotton t-shirts you get when you do a 5K (I walked), but it was kinda hard. Judging by the look of the t-shirt on the video, I think you need one of those thin supple type shirts that fold/bend easier. I need to find myself another t-shirt!
Ingrid

9:12 PM  
Blogger Sothis said...

Funny. I saw this technique on a Flemish show "De Superhuisvrouw", and couldn't figure it out there either. I'll stick to my "snap, tuck, and fold." I swear it's a Jedi Mind Trick.

3:48 AM  
Blogger Ingrid said...

LOL a jedi mind trick, I know! It can drive you crazy trying to replicate that trick..I'm still going to try it with another type of t-shirt, but I won't get myself crazy over it. De super huis vrouw wow..that sounds like a title from the '60s! Or is it a tips for around the house kinda show?
Ingrid

8:51 AM  
Blogger Sothis said...

"De Superhuisvrouw" is a lady who goes to people's homes in Flanders (and maybe the Netherlands, too), and shows them how to organize and clean their homes. Some of the houses are NASTY dirty. I watch it because it makes me feel like the cleanest person in the world. Sometimes you just can help but revel in a little "schadenfreude" :)

7:20 AM  
Blogger Ingrid said...

There is this woman who's been on Oprah who's done the same thing and they have a specific show that does the same thing as well except they have a whole team of people who go in someone's house and purge a lot of junk out of people's garages and bedrooms, tidy and re-organize sometimes redecorate as well. I'm with you on that, it makes me feel better about my 'nests' as my husband calls it.
Ingrid

11:24 AM  

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