Sunday, February 25, 2007

How To Fold A Shirt The Japanese Way!


Okay. How many of you attempted to do this after viewing the video? Don't lie. I know you tried! LOL!

18 comments:

japanmanpete said...

Blimey! The Japanese are mad, aren't they?

japanmanpete said...

For all you Yanks, "mad" as in "crazy" and not as in "angry". {{{{{{{{LOL}}}}}}}}}}}

mist1 said...

I tied mine in a knot.

Pavel said...

I saw this a while back and even posted it on my blog, but I wasn't able to do it as well... (sad...)

Dina said...

wow and those GAP employees think they can fold a shirt!!!

sharkey said...

I've tried it hundreds of times, LOL!

Chrissy121875 said...

Pete: LOL! I know what 'mad' means ;)

Mist1: LOL!!! You're hilarious! I think I almost tied mine into a knot too!

Pavel: Welcome back! Glad you had such a great time with your mom :) I had received an e-mail with this video ages and ages ago, but thought it was really funny (and neat) that I posted it. I still can't do it though!

Dina: I was thinking that too! The GAP does such a nice job folding their shirts, but THIS is REALLY cool (and fast!). I'm amazed at how nicely she did it so quickly.

Sharkey: LOL! I tried it several times and still can't get it right. It actually looks more like a mess than anything. Has Conne tried it?

ahappilymarriedmommy said...

HAHAH! How did you know I'd try it? I replayed the video clip several times but still can't seem to get my shirt to fold like that Japanese lady did!

Girlie Monkey said...

I'm with Mist1 on this one. My t-shirt is in a knot that I can't even untie...

Diesel said...

My wife would be SO impressed if I did that.

Or if I folded anything, ever, in any way whatsoever.

Happy Inappropriate Card Day!

Chrissy121875 said...

AHMM: LOL! I knew YOU would try it! LOL!

Girlie Monkey: Yeah. Mine's in a knot too ;) LOL! That's why I don't bother folding our clothes. I just jam then into our drawers. LOL j/k...sort of.

Diesel: I was thinking that if I sent you an inappropriate card on inappropriate card day, then that would make it appropriate, wouldn't it?

t said...

I used to work at the GAP. If I knew how to fold shirts like that back then, maybe I wouldn't have gotten fired. lol!

Steven Novak said...

I admit it...

Just don't tell anyone. ;)

Steve~

doggy mama said...

That is crazy! My technique is to just toss the unfolded shirts into my drawer. Either one works, i guess! :)

Chrissy121875 said...

T: LOL! I remember you working at the GAP. I didn't know it was your t-shirt folding skills that lost you your job ;)

Steven: Don't you just love YouTube? People can make all sorts of crazy videos and become famous on the net overnight!

Doggy Mama: Depending on my mood, I'll sometimes fold all our clothes perfectly and place them in a tidy, uniform fashion. However, I sometimes just cram our t-shirts into our dresser drawers. Shhhhhhhh! Don't tell my mom! LOL!

Chrissy121875 said...

I was kidding...sort of.

Hubby said...

Piece of cake, but don't tell my wife.

ahappilymarriedmommy said...

Oh Oh Johnny! Your in trouble now! :0) you should do what my husband does and pretend not to know how to do anything household related.

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