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    What's a PJ? What is A5? I've never seen A5 before.

    Dipali, don't worry about Dave, he has this really dry sense of humour, and just saw the perfect opening there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Cullen View Post
    What's a PJ? What is A5? I've never seen A5 before.

    Dipali, don't worry about Dave, he has this really dry sense of humour, and just saw the perfect opening there.

    PJ- Poor Joke.

    A5 is half of A4

    Yeh, perfect opening but 3 down soon.
    so what's your take?

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    3/56, not doing too good are we. Ah well, that's why I'm not watching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Cullen View Post
    Dipali, don't worry about Dave, he has this really dry sense of humour, and just saw the perfect opening there.
    Sorry Alan but I have to keep telling people that I don't have a sense of humor.
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    Default OK guys can you fold an A4 sheet more than 7 times..

    OK guys can you fold an A4 sheet more than 7 times edge to edge ??

    The answer is no.. Try it and if you say that you can, I DON'T believe you.. Hahahaha..
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    I think you cannot fold any size sheet more than 7 times, 'geometric progression' is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoffers View Post
    I think you cannot fold any size sheet more than 7 times, 'geometric progression' is it?
    Yes it is a great party trick and you would be amazed how many people get caught out on that one... Hahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoffers View Post
    I think you cannot fold any size sheet more than 7 times, 'geometric progression' is it?
    Somewhat true, but Mythbusters did it. Of course it was a sheet of paper the size of an aircraft hangar.

    Here it is Paper Fold they folded it 11 times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SLW210 View Post
    Somewhat true, but Mythbusters did it. Of course it was a sheet of paper the size of an aircraft hangar.

    Here it is Paper Fold they folded it 11 times.
    That is amazing, after 6 times it is almost impossible to do without extreme force, and i do mean extreme force. Wow that's incredible.
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    How to fold an A2 size to A4 so its easy to open it up again.
    I dont want the /2 and again /2.
    Is there a beter way to do this? and how?
    thx

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