<lj user=dina> just tried it and she couldn't be happier.
"All shirts get folded now!", she says.
You didn't happen to find a way for long-sleeved things to fit into this? I tried it on a t-shirt, works great! But anything with sleeves...
And I really thought it was a reference to a couple of theoretical physicists talking about folding dimensions.
My folding technique is unstoppable!
I think you meant "My new folding technique is unstoppable!" :-)
Ah, I am corrected. Yes. New.
His last folding technique, as it turns out, is succeptible to collisions after all. That's really just an academic thing for the time being, though.
I discovered the flash version a few weeks ago, and I couldn't be happier with the results! Though, my girlfriend tried to teach me how to do it months ago, and I failed.
... Hey, at least it makes my roommate look at me funny.
I saw another video of that same trick a few weeks ago and I actually thought it was a hoax... the girl did it so quickly, and with the editting (just like in this video), it just seemed to be a joke. But now there's no denying it. He's right about the shape depending on the size of the shirt--that's a bit annoying
But wait, shouldn't all your shirts be the same size?
Nope. I buy different kinds of shirts, for different reasons. Most of my shirts are from concerts--I am a tiny guy, 5'4'', very slender. Sometimes, concerts only offer large or extra large sizes. Often they offer medium, but even tis is quite large on me--though I've grown accustomed to wearing my shirts large. Smaller or independent bands sell different kinds--longer ones, smaller ones. Recently, the metal bands I like have started selling to women, so there are small sizes or even baby tees. If it's a choice between X-large and baby tee, I'd rather look like a glam rocker in a tight band shirt than a fool in a pajama sized shirt. :) Also, I cut shirts for different uses, for instance, those I wear for paintball games. There's my whole story!
Just a few days ago, I was pointed at this:
Great! Now all I need is a flat surface that isn't covered in dog hair.