08 Oct 05
There's a lot I really can't write about here now. This has become a place for funny anecdotes. The things that really occupies my mind can't be put down here. That's sad. But it's because it involves other persons, and then things becomes much trickier. So here's another lightweight story for you:
(just realising everybody that's going to read this have already heard me talking about this. no, there's a few, and here's for you)
If you're up-to-date on what's happening in the blogosphere (using that word means 10 pater noster for me before I can continue) you're probably familiar with the japanese t-shirt folding technique that was all the rage almost a year ago. When Marta Stewart displayed it on Conan recently, I got tempted to try. I had almost forgotten about it. You tend to forget internet fads, don't you?
So I gave it a try and I was amazed. Now, when I open the t-shirt drawer, every shirt just lies there, in strict columns, just waiting for me. They're not tumbling about like they used to do. But, there are drawbacks. First, if the shirts are differently sized, the folded versions will be of different sizes, too. And secondly, it only seems good for t-shirts. I wanted to find a way to fold real shirts. And I tried, but everywhere I looked, they just talked about this new revolutionary way. OMG L00K @ TH15!!!! Yeah, as people hadn't folded shirts before. It was impossible to find any old fashioned advice on how to fold a shirt. This is so typical. Today, when something new and flashy arrives bla bla forget the virtues of the old bla bla degeneration blaha nothing's sacred anymore.
written by Mattias
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