Ian promises to do for shoelace-tying what the Japanese did for t-shirt-folding. (Boing.)
I tried the recommended tie yesterday. Not only was it awkward, the knot came out after a few hours.
I’ll stick with my standard, the-rabbit-goes-round-the-tree-and-in-the-hole double knot, thank you very much.
Laces are for chumps!
I actually made the shirt folding thing work last night. I don’t know how I did it, but I did it. My wife was so excited that she made me fold the rest of the shirts in the laundry.
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