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    Default Shirts Management

    I wasn't sure where to catergorized this subject but i know we all have to do washing, sorting and folding many shirts (equips) after badminton. I hope this link help to reduce the amount time to folding all your shirts.

    http://www.ircuser.org/files/how-to-fold-clothes.wmv

    PS: when asked to do house chores, volunteer folding shirts
    Last edited by cooler; 05-16-2004 at 02:05 AM.

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    Haha! Thanks! You are going to save me a lot of time~

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    I tried so many times already, but I just couldn't do it.
    It was very cool......very fast and neat!!

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    Hahaha, I just tried it~ I did it! It is really really really REALLY EASY AND FAST~

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluejeff
    I tried so many times already, but I just couldn't do it.
    It was very cool......very fast and neat!!
    Then i think u would have hard time mastering the cross court slice drop

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    How come after I watched it a million times, i still can't get it right...I tried it a few times and only got it once...and I can't remember how i did it...

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    Haha, I am talented in house working...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feng_MP-100
    Haha, I am talented in house working...
    Cook some dinner for me

    PS: I finally got it right today!!

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    Bluejeff, if you were my wife, I will cook for you everyday

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    Default Nice technique

    Saves a lot of time! Even my mom who used to wash and fold clothes in for people in her younger days, is amazed at the speed and neatness of this technique. Now if only you could find a fast one for socks or something eh cooler?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FEND.
    Saves a lot of time! Even my mom who used to wash and fold clothes in for people in her younger days, is amazed at the speed and neatness of this technique. Now if only you could find a fast one for socks or something eh cooler?
    how hard is it to fold socks

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    I don't fold socks, I just throw them in to closet or stack them up really high.

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    i pair them up so won't have to look for a match when i need them. hold them together and turn one sock leg inside out catching the other sock along with it in the fold.

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    i dont do that as it would make one sock less elastic than the other one.

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