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Banish wrinkled T-shirts from your life and you WILL become rich and famous

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You know who you are. You’re the type who ensures everything is tidy, organized, and sparkling clean. Your personal mantra is ‘a place for everything and everything in its place’ (which you mutter to yourself repeatedly as you scrub). No detail is too big or to small to obsess over. You even find yourself compulsively folding shirts when you are out and about – at a friend’s house, at a store, on the street.

This T-shirt Folder is designed to complete your life by making it so easy to fold your T-shirt properly, they’ll think you still live at home with your mother. It’s made from recycled materials to help soothe your environmentally-sensitive conscience, and features clearly printed instructions to ensure your shirts are folded perfectly, every time. Plus, the t-shirt folder itself folds up for easy storage. BRILLIANT!

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Sorry t-shirt aficionados, t-shirt not included, so BYOT. This miracle of modern engineering can be yours for just $23.49 (£14.99)

Chris is an avid geek and gamer, and loves all thing tech. He is a true gadget addict, and has worked for some of Seattle’s largest tech giants including Amazon.com and Microsoft. Reach him at twitter.com/Geekybloggy

Chris Parker – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


  • Don

    how long does the rich and famous part take?

    • I’m afraid it’s at least an hour or two Don.

  • RCDavis

    I think the “Rich & Famous’ part is reserved for that special person that manages to make these fly off the shelf at $23.49 (£14.99)…

    • Tsk…where’s the love for some intrepid entrepreneurship eh? :)

      • RCDavis

        Oh, lot’s of love, and if I saw one of these units in a store, there is a serious risk I’d actually buy it too – in spite of the price. So all this fellow has to do is find enough folks like me, and he is set! :-)

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