Have you ever seen people who work in clothing retail fold an astounding number of shirts in a short amount of time and wondered how in the hell they’re moving with such reckless efficiency? Well, it turns out they’re using a folding technique that minimizes the number of steps and allows the folder to use the table to complete the process.

In the past, quite a few people have demonstrated similar processes, but many of their tutorials are a bit confusing, hard to follow and/ or in languages I can’t understand. This offering, produced by Dave Hax, moves slowly enough that it allows everyone to follow, and to be honest, it actually seems pretty damn easy. In fact, it almost makes me want to do laundry in order to try it out. Almost.

YouTube might be most famous for all its goofy animal videos, but there’s a ton of content teaching people how to do random things. If someone is motivated enough and knowledgeable enough about what to search for, damn near everything can be learned. For example, if you’re interested in figuring out how to make a candle with a stick of butter, click here. If you’re interested in learning how to wallow, click here, and if you’re interested in not dying, click here.



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