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String date = "06/06/18(Wed)08:05:10";
String comment = "Do you ever give away your paper creations? Do people appreciate them? Tell some stories ITT";

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if(Nepafarius && title=="" && postNumber==564775 && dateTime=="06/06/18(Wed)08:47:50")

Give away some of my own designs. Get mixed reviews. Number one thing I've noticed is people don't find it anymore impressive that I designed them myself. Probably assume all of us are creators and not just folders.

A lot of my female friends decorated their rooms with my models though, since many of my designs are sea-themed. Bitches love the sea"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==564776 && dateTime=="06/06/18(Wed)10:53:23")

"I give away probably 80% of what I fold, if I didn't I'd run out of room. People seem to put far more value into it than I do, maybe because I can just make another one.
I like to leave stuff at coffee shops I like, the owners seem to like it, and at some places other people will leave things as well, I like to show up and see something new, though I rarely get to meet the other folders."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==564777 && dateTime=="06/06/18(Wed)13:45:17")

Of course, it's practically my entire motivation! Last Christmas I spent an entire weekend constructing a super personal and pretty Christmas card for an internet friend, with a bunch of pop-up papercraft features, and they loved it very much."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==564781 && dateTime=="06/06/18(Wed)22:05:56")

Same here. Any models I make because I'm waiting, like at the doctor's office or waiting for an appointment, etc., I leave around. Sometimes I catch a kid discovering it and they get so excited... Other times older people will smile and take it or give it to a kid.

Other more involved models I give away to people who appreciate them. If they ask me about it and seem to appreciate it I'll give it to them.

Some people just don't care about them though. I made a rose once at the hospital while waiting to see my father after his surgery and put it on a window sill, thinking maybe it could lift someone's spirits (it came out really well). A cleaning lady came by, saw it, picked it up, and just crumpled it and threw it away. In her eyes it was just scrap paper.

So yeah, gift away to people that are attracted to them. Sometimes I see them folding beginner stuff afterwards and it's a good feeling."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==564819 && dateTime=="06/09/18(Sat)16:03:02")

>Do you ever give away your paper creations?


> Do people appreciate them?

Fuck other people"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==564827 && dateTime=="06/09/18(Sat)21:27:39")

My tears have been jerked, bro"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==564834 && dateTime=="06/10/18(Sun)05:31:37" && image=="presents.jpg")

Most of my motivation to make papercrafts is to give them away as presents. The pic shows a couple examples.

I made the dog for a birthday present for my girlfriend. It ended up taking way more time than I expected, but it turned out great. She was really happy with it and has it displayed in her cubicle.

I made the kusudama for my grandmother last Christmas, with a little note saying who it's from. Her memory is going but I hope it reminds her of me."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==564842 && dateTime=="06/10/18(Sun)18:40:49")

>give girlfriend origami for christmas
>'haha, everyone I've dated has given me origami for christmas'"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==564925 && dateTime=="06/15/18(Fri)01:23:15")

I got a bunch of free drinks at a bar for making origami dragons for a bunch of cougars."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==565076 && dateTime=="06/21/18(Thu)13:10:22")

That's beautiful anon, I'm sure both your girlfriend and your grandmother loved them."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==565120 && dateTime=="06/23/18(Sat)12:18:53")

In a hospital she has to assume a sick person made it or whatever and toss it btw. She wasn't giving an implied judgement of your paper."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==565149 && dateTime=="06/24/18(Sun)11:51:21")

Maybe that means that you're the only one she has ever dated?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==565150 && dateTime=="06/24/18(Sun)12:07:20")

>Give cute girl in my school some origami as a random gift at the end of term
>"Thanks Anon, why are you giving this to me?"
>"I'm giving everyone in the class origami!"
>Spend the next hour folding shit


if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==565158 && dateTime=="06/24/18(Sun)15:33:42")

Lol nice story"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==565159 && dateTime=="06/24/18(Sun)16:03:55")

Thanks my nig"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==565421 && dateTime=="07/01/18(Sun)19:39:17")

">all these anons leaving their lil origami creations behind wherever they go
suddenly I feel less lonely
I should lurk this board more often, start making something other than cranes for people to find"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==565504 && dateTime=="07/03/18(Tue)06:25:30" && image=="SAM_1656.jpg")

"I gave this beast away to my 10th grade english teacher because she's like 6'2" and we affectionately teased her by referencing the Incredible Hulk.

If you're reading this Mrs. Bothwell, we still love you.

-KS & MB"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==566192 && dateTime=="07/22/18(Sun)10:11:15")

Hulk smash."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==566408 && dateTime=="07/25/18(Wed)23:49:15")

Yeah dude, I don't feel bad about it. Some people just don't notice or aren't interested if they do. That's alright."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==566410 && dateTime=="07/26/18(Thu)00:58:25")

"Back in sophmore year i folded a pretty shitty rose and just left it on the table when the bell rang. The next day it was pinned up on my teacher's corkboard next to her desk";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==566529 && dateTime=="07/31/18(Tue)19:49:16" && image=="IMG_20180801_014058.jpg")

"As a pass time, I fold Peterpaul Forcher's fox. I usually end up giving it to someone, and if not, they end up on my shelf. Dozens of people have these by now; some keep them on a shelf for decoration, others lose them after a while.
I've noticed that there're two types of responses - Either they see it as a cool little trinket, or a very personal gift. Either way, I enjoy when people accept them - for something that takes 15 minutes to make, it sometimes brings a lot of joy.
Pic related - my wee army of foxes."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==566635 && dateTime=="08/04/18(Sat)00:12:21")

"I usually make origamis at school. I used to gift them to my closest classmates, then I noticed they didn't really care about them because they think "it's just paper". I can remember a lot of situations where I'd found the origami on the floor, or they would just forget them somewhere...
Makes me kind of sad, there's not too many people here that thinks origami is good or impressive."

if(Nepafarius && title=="" && postNumber==566638 && dateTime=="08/04/18(Sat)02:20:47")

I've become somewhat zen about my folding. I'll regularly fold something and then destroy it soon after. Much like the sand mandalas, it is about the creation and journey origami leads you on, not any end result. So view those models on the floor as passing, and move on"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==566655 && dateTime=="08/05/18(Sun)02:06:22" && image=="1390112958112.png")

That's nice anon, personal gifts mean a great deal to many people, no matter how small and simple.

I like to fold things and leave them around my workplace for people to find."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==566749 && dateTime=="08/07/18(Tue)18:40:53")

she wanted your cock"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==566845 && dateTime=="08/13/18(Mon)03:31:39")

This. I give away 99% of what I fold and everyone is blown away by even the simple things. I worked at Toys R Us for a seasonal job.

I had a nanager, Lucy Gillette, who was in her 50's but a Hollywood-beautiful Euro-MILF (think she was Portuguese). Very strong work ethic yet she was beautiful and outgoing. She found outI was making other coworkers origami and wanted something too. I came in with a Kawasaki rose one day for her. Game over. This lady paused and lost her strong demeanor. All the coworkers around us couldn't stop making comments. When she was able to respond she said, "If you weren't married I would kiss you." (She herself had a boyfriend who was her ex-husband but her comment completely ignored him as a barrier to some side action)

If I weren't married, I would have been with so many chicks in my life, lol. Origami is the best pickup line."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==566861 && dateTime=="08/13/18(Mon)11:37:22" && image=="86beb6_6651737.jpg")


if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==566862 && dateTime=="08/13/18(Mon)11:58:38")

"This started as 'forgot', but moved to 'gave away.'

>Brought a couple pieces of origami paper to work.
>When the store was slow, I folded up a single crane.
>Intended to bring it home for my thousand cranes.
>Somehow, left it at my register when I left.
>Come back in the next afternoon.
>Morning lady found it and stuck it on top of a pole behind the rewards screen.
>"Do you know who did this?" Points to bird.
>"That was me."
>Comments on how cool it was, which made me happy. Now I don't want to take it.
>Crane is still hanging there maybe 2-3 weeks after first folding.

Also at work, I've folded up a rudimentary penguin because of how many customers said it was freezing. That one was gone the next day, though."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==567657 && dateTime=="09/08/18(Sat)16:24:48")

">be in some kind of group about personal improvement and some other things
>each one of us has to say something gay about what we’d give to one another if we could — stuff like ‘I’d give you wings because I know you love exploring the world’ — that’s the level of gayness we’re talking about
>it’s my turn, I sperg out and end up saying ‘I’d give you each an origami model, for next time’
>next time I bring them each something
It was pretty nice, there were also only about six or seven people so I didn’t have too much to do for that. I remember giving away Dai Watanabe’s Little Bird and Jeremy Shafer’s Flasher and Mini Flasher Hat among other things."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==567671 && dateTime=="09/09/18(Sun)02:25:08")

"I used know how to make a tyrannosaurus (boys) and a unicorn (girls) origami. Used to make them at work/school when bored and gave them to small children. The way their faces lit up was golden...";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==567679 && dateTime=="09/09/18(Sun)10:59:44")

>On a coach from Al Mukalla to Crater in Aden
>Recovering from a fever. Still pretty sick
>Doing origami to distract myself from persistent urge to vomit
>Fold Robert J Lang's scorpion from Origami Insects & Their Kin
>Takes over an hour
>Kid in adjacent seat watching the entire time
>After I am finished he reaches out his hand and indicates that he want to examine the scorpion in greater detail
>Hand him the paper model
>Kid methodically unfolds it then hands back the creased square of paper
>Allahu akbar"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==567682 && dateTime=="09/09/18(Sun)18:12:13")

Why did he do that? Just like ‘I unfolded your model teehee’ or was he curious about how it was made?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==567707 && dateTime=="09/10/18(Mon)15:28:33")

I sensed no malice or spite in his actions. Maybe he was just curious or he thought the whole point was begin again."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==568909 && dateTime=="10/27/18(Sat)06:42:20")

">a ton of garbage papercraft threads on the top of the catalog
>this one buried
There is no justice in this world."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==568924 && dateTime=="10/27/18(Sat)12:01:52")

"When I was in the third grade, that's when i first started origami, i made a swan for this one girl that sits across from me and that was it. Idk what happened after that";

if(Nepafarius && title=="" && postNumber==568933 && dateTime=="10/27/18(Sat)17:16:49")

Sounds like a Buddhist mindset actually, like the monks that make sand mandala and then wipe them away"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==568934 && dateTime=="10/27/18(Sat)17:38:43")

Oh you're back! The origami part of the board was so soulless without you."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==568939 && dateTime=="10/28/18(Sun)03:50:55")

As a kid, I did that I think with someone's paper airplane. I wanted to figure out how it was made. As time went on, I still end up doing that sort of shit. People'll hand me neat things, and I'll instantly want to take them apart."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==569017 && dateTime=="10/30/18(Tue)23:05:43")

I'm sorry you feel this way anon."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==569023 && dateTime=="10/31/18(Wed)02:10:44")

So far i give everything I make away. I don't really need it, for me being able to have folded it is enough. Maybe I'll feel different once i get into complex models with quality paper but i don't think so im just not the type of guy to keep stuff as decorations around the house. The people I've choosen seem to like it at least in a "wow cool" way, that's more than I'll get from keeping them."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==569118 && dateTime=="11/03/18(Sat)14:36:58")

It looks really nice, where do I learn how to fold it?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==569135 && dateTime=="11/04/18(Sun)05:08:27")

"I used to make random shit to pass the time at work. I ended up giving some away since people started to notice. It's funny how much people are amazed and seem to cherish these things even though I only made them because I was bored.";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==569198 && dateTime=="11/06/18(Tue)19:46:32" && image=="peterpaul fox.pdf")

don't know if you found it already or not, but I found it with just a quick search"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==569225 && dateTime=="11/07/18(Wed)18:28:34")

Yup, that's the one. I think there're a couple of videos of it too, though I doubt they'd helt much for the smaller folds. Takes 15 minutes or so, 3-5 of them and you should have it memorised."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==569250 && dateTime=="11/08/18(Thu)22:05:29")

Beautiful picture, you're a nice guy


if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==569252 && dateTime=="11/08/18(Thu)22:18:37")

Can I use normal A4 sheets or do I need colored cardboard?"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==569253 && dateTime=="11/08/18(Thu)22:18:44" && image=="1AcGbkf.gif")

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==569260 && dateTime=="11/09/18(Fri)11:32:39")

Normal A4 sheets are fine, all the foxes on the shelf >>566529 are made from cheap dollar-store paper. Any paper will do, cardboard will make it harder."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==569272 && dateTime=="11/09/18(Fri)19:41:22")

Thank you!"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==569318 && dateTime=="11/11/18(Sun)05:30:07")

"I went to the Shinkai Makoto exhibit when it rolled into the city in Japan I was living in with this girl. I bought the art book they had and 2 of their 1/100 5 cm/s. I can't remember if I told her I was going to make it for her or if I just did it and telegrammed her photos, but anyways, I made it for and learned how to write her name in cyrillic so I could address it to her properly.

I think she called it the nicest thing anyone's ever done/given to her so that made me feel nice. incidentally, she's the only woman I've met so far who I've felt I could love."

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==569323 && dateTime=="11/11/18(Sun)15:33:07")

"I had learned to fold all completely on my own when I first start high school in an attempt to make flowers to pic up chicks. Ended up never picking up chicks but instead went on to do a four year "career" of sorts with it, working my way up to Satoshi Kamiya and Robert J. Lang. Always gave away some portion of my stuff that I just made because I was bored, and looking back now, I probably could have picked up a few chicks with it. I just find it weird that learning to fold entirely on my own, I still ended up like all of you guys, giving it away. It's weird.";

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==569327 && dateTime=="11/12/18(Mon)04:23:38")



you'll have good karma :)"

if(Anonymous && title=="" && postNumber==569336 && dateTime=="11/12/18(Mon)20:28:50" && image=="20181112_153759~01.jpg")

"Someone from work put out origami paper and instruction sheets on the tables in the lunch room, which made me pretty happy.

I've been folding them during breaks and leaving them in the lunch room. It would be nice if someone wanted to take them but I doubt anyone will without permission."