How to fold clothes.

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  1. ShortCircuit

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    The folding part may be simpler, but if you pick it up the wrong way, your clothes will be undone.

    Personally, I think this technique is more troublesome than the usual methods because of that.
     
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    Everytime I fold a t-shirt I swear I do it a totally different way that I've never done before, and it's never actually "right". I'm retarded.
     
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    pfft, folding clothes is for women.
     
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    folding clothes? pfft hang them in the closet.
     
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    Leave them in a pile on the floor. The crumpled look is in, creases are out.
     
  7. ShortCircuit

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    yeah I usually do the path thing just kick em aside. lol. who needs an iron anyway.
     
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    Holy old!! :) 
     
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    Pfft, who needs clothes?
     
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    Oh stop.

    You'll make me blush.

    Which is much more noticeable 'cuz I'm nekkid.
     
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    They're supposed to FOLD? Maybe I should cut back on the starch? It would explain that chaffing...
     
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    I just hang my clothes on a chair. Its the manly way of doing things.
     
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    I use the floor, closet, bed, chair and whatever happens to be closest when I decide to change. I made an agreement with the soon to be wifey, she cooks and does dishes, I'll do laundry. I HATE DISHES...more than I hate laundry
     
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    Laundry isnt that hard, so I'm not sure why people always seem to have problems with it. Undies get stuffed in a drawer. T-shirts and jeans get folders. Collared shirts and slacks get hung on hangers in the closet.
     
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    That's me to a T. Everytime my clothes come out of the laundry, all folded up, I just dump them in a pile somewhere in my room. Half the time they get crumpled because I'm rummaging through the pile to find something suitable to wear.
     

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