Scrunching or folding...(cont)

I just had to let everyone know that I have taken on the enormous task of teaching TJ to be a scruncher. And lets face it, there is an art to being a sucessful scruncher (sucess measured by dryness of hands at end of task). The paper needs to be not too tightly scrunched, because the surface area is then too small, and not too sparsly scrunched, because then there is very little protection. I have noted that he is keen to scrunch, but tends in the too tightly scrunched catalogue. There is much work left to do, but I am up to the task.....

3 Responses to "Scrunching or folding...(cont)"

Rodney Olsen said... Saturday, September 11, 2004 10:36:00 AM

Well done Liv. It's good to see a parent raising their children in the right way.

This has never been more needed than now as we see so many people trying to lead our children into evil practices such as folding.

Liv said... Sunday, September 12, 2004 12:54:00 PM

And Rodney, it is very difficult when you are married to a folder...

Thomas said... Monday, September 13, 2004 1:26:00 PM

I have mentioned this offline, and I'll record it here for posterity: no point teaching a natural folder-type personality (TJ) to be a scruncher. He'll be disoriented, confused, unable to complete the task at hand (hopefully not on the hands).

Better to teach folding from the word go, and make the world a better place!

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