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Origami Lesson

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Last Wooter to Woot:
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Last Purchase:
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Woots Sold:
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Purchaser Seniority

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Quality Posts



skatimmy737


quality posts: 207 Private Messages skatimmy737

Origami gone wild!

Xihix


quality posts: 44 Private Messages Xihix

Only quitters will buy this shirt.

xazothia


quality posts: 54 Private Messages xazothia

There's nothing more zen than that moment in which you are the one smashing your hard work into nothing (for a change).

StargateGamingGeek


quality posts: 14 Private Messages StargateGamingGeek

Finally. I've been waiting for a shirt that properly illustrates the full extent of my ability with origami.

Draug


quality posts: 69 Private Messages Draug

I can make a better brain than that...

The enemy's gate is down.
Writers are people too! (Albeit strange ones.)
Save Poe! Reckon Nevermore! Or he'll be head-locked forevermore!

tomcall


quality posts: 102 Private Messages tomcall

I always made my dad fold my paper planes for me, because mine always ended up like this.

JadenKale


quality posts: 181 Private Messages JadenKale

Diagram tees bother me a bit... it usually involves people staring too much at me to figure out the simple joke.

skatimmy737


quality posts: 207 Private Messages skatimmy737

It's interesting how many shapes you can make with four 90 degree rotations...

bprusk


quality posts: 4 Private Messages bprusk

Whenever I try to make one of these, I end up with "Tumbleweed."

eHalcyon


quality posts: 66 Private Messages eHalcyon

I think the proper way to fold a Boulder requires far more mountain folds.

(Unofficial) Derby Rules (outdated?)
Designing for the Derby (definitely outdated)
Tips for New Designers (always useful)

abramokids


quality posts: 16 Private Messages abramokids

THAT'S how you make the cabbage origami! I've been trying to figure it out for ages!

mattsarna


quality posts: 0 Private Messages mattsarna

in honor of st. patrick's day, I am cultivating a whole windowsill full of radish plants. I just hope the squirrel's don't want to have children. love them well

sezen


quality posts: 9 Private Messages sezen

Finally, origami that I can understand.

the88thcrazy


quality posts: 10 Private Messages the88thcrazy

I can't count to five apparently.

I read this shirt from right to left three times, until it finally occurred to me how awesome the shirt is.

DrBaron


quality posts: 17 Private Messages DrBaron

what do you know, ive been doin origami all these years without knowing.

lonelypond


quality posts: 421 Private Messages lonelypond

It's my 10th grade demonstration speech when I tried to learn origami on the bus ride to school...

bellellee


quality posts: 3 Private Messages bellellee

Yes, the abstract sculpture is beautiful, but can it flap its wings like a paper swan? Unfortunately, no.

Sorry if I just burst your bubble.

yeawuteva


quality posts: 115 Private Messages yeawuteva

speaking of origami- did you know paper regardless of size and thickness- can't be folded in 1/2 more than seven times?

chrisprender


quality posts: 312 Private Messages chrisprender

The line between origami and trash is a very thin one.

HalfWheat


quality posts: 18 Private Messages HalfWheat

Wow, now I finally get it. Every time I try to make a brain I end up with a stupid swan.

cavalierchen28


quality posts: 0 Private Messages cavalierchen28

anyone play Heavy Rain for the PS3? this shirt's perfect for the Origami Killer. :P

wootchawant


quality posts: 67 Private Messages wootchawant

finally, a shirt that illustrates exactly how to fold under pressure. nice work! >=b

so wootchawootchawootchawant?! you're so funny with that money that you flaunt...

bluejester


quality posts: 563 Private Messages bluejester

I do this type of oragami every time I have a writing project.

tomcall


quality posts: 102 Private Messages tomcall

1. Take paper in left hand.

2. Grab paper with right hand.

3. Crumple paper.

4. Throw paper at teacher.

KaylaJ


quality posts: 22 Private Messages KaylaJ

i have the pattern to an oragami snowball

theoneill555


quality posts: 56 Private Messages theoneill555

My son is taking Japanese in college and he wears woot shirts every day (his class especially likes "IT'S A TRAP" and "WINNING THE RACE"). Do you think he will get extra credit for wearing this shirt?

That's O'neill with two L's *holds up three fingers*

luker256


quality posts: 1 Private Messages luker256

Who knew that our brains were actually just cabbages rotated 90 degrees.

animuson


quality posts: 14 Private Messages animuson

Someone got lazy and just rotated the bottom shapes 90 degrees each time. Don't think I didn't notice!

JadenKale


quality posts: 181 Private Messages JadenKale
tomcall wrote:1. Take paper in left hand.

2. Grab paper with right hand.

3. Crumple paper.

4. Throw paper at teacher.



Optional step: add water and straw (for spitball action)

Lesurgo


quality posts: 0 Private Messages Lesurgo

Boo. I was hoping for more Editor's Choice. Maybe tomorrow?

Fwirt


quality posts: 2 Private Messages Fwirt

Wow, it must have taken a lot of talent to come up with the final results. Each wad is a perfect copy of every other wad, but in a slightly different rotation! Genius I tell you.

wootchawant


quality posts: 67 Private Messages wootchawant

best of all, after you master these advanced shapes, you can move on to the professional origami tournaments where you'll be challenged to construct impossible creations like popcorn, asteroid, and cauliflower! this shirt is truly the secret to success...

so wootchawootchawootchawant?! you're so funny with that money that you flaunt...

brendan948725


quality posts: 39 Private Messages brendan948725

These are paper airplane instructions... does that count as origami?



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Ob1iterator


quality posts: 10 Private Messages Ob1iterator
yeawuteva wrote:speaking of origami- did you know paper regardless of size and thickness- can't be folded in 1/2 more than seven times?



That's only for 8 1/2 by 11 paper actually. Mythbusters proved this was not the case with paper the size of a football field. They folded it almost double that but had to use a forklift.

http://www.pomonahistorical.org/12times.htm for anyone interested in the math on that.

dangerhaus


quality posts: 12 Private Messages dangerhaus

almost brilliant.

also, disturbingly reminiscent of those "how to tie a bow tie" series diagrams where the second last panel (no matter how many panels are used), seems always to have been omitted.

you know, the one that reveals the mystery of finally achieving the bow tie from the otherwise miserable conundrum of fabric in your hands... or maybe it's just me.

in for one.

the ha is silent - i'm laughing on the inside

arilvdc


quality posts: 11 Private Messages arilvdc

I probably would have bought this shirt just because of the colors...but I love the subject. Thanks for the great shirt!!

EDIT

Oh carp it's not black?? Hmmm...my work shirts are navy, maybe I can sneak this in as a work shirt...

Entity17


quality posts: 5 Private Messages Entity17

I think i laughed for a good 15 seconds thinking about all those cranes I attempted that weren't meant to be. Just leave the origami stuff to the girls.

Bishop282


quality posts: 0 Private Messages Bishop282

Visit this site, http://origamiboulder.com/, and complement your T-shirt.

chicken32678


quality posts: 0 Private Messages chicken32678

I actually like this shirt,but I actually CAN do origami...will it send the wrong idea if I wore this shirt?!