Monday, December 10, 2007

It is like magic for boring people.

I can't stop watching this and I don't know why. God, I am so boring.

10 comments:

Drew said...

Holy Shit!

I must master this technique. If I could get that down so that I could do it in under 5 seconds, I'd be the laundry master

qtilla said...

Then I would make the pilgrimage to TX to study the art of shirt folding with you.

I imagine that I would start out as a lowly white-belt, carrying buckets of soapy water on a stick on my shoulders and waxing your car.

Eventually you would allow me to attempt to fold socks.

After years of your careful tutelage I too would reach the level of Laundry Master.

cymberleah said...

Oh. Sweet.

I am awed.

qtilla said...

"Know your audience" that's the first rule of blogging right?

D. Prince said...

I have been obsessed with this video for almost 3 years now. It really is fascinating.

qtilla said...

I tried this last night and I think it requires an ironed shirt (or at least one that has not been crumpled up in my drawer for a week). Anyone else a phenomenal loser and tried this?

Drew said...

Haha! I did it last night... And then I beat 3&7's on hard. Damn those Queens of the Stone Age. Next: I will attempt to kill a yak from a hundred yards away... with mind bullets.


Actually, I should probably move into some hippy commune on the outskirts of town, to fully master my newly aquired folding style, so that I may better pass this knowledge down to my future pupils. I should also consult with Steve on how to construct a properly painfull ciriculum for would-be apprentinces.

qtilla said...

I respectfully bow to your superior folding skills.

Patrick said...

That's incredible. It reminds me of the Sprint commercials about saving time doing mundane things. My favorite was the egg peeling: http://www.waitless.org/?video=quickpeel

Be ready for a mouthful of shell pieces however.

Anonymous said...

Oh my god! Totally works and it is awesome! :)