You might have seen TimAnderssons way of using paperclipless folding technique here: https://www.instructables.com/id/EMU03CQQY2EQ6T20DB/

Now I sat down and tried that folding technique but wasn't fully satisfied so I came up with my own paperclipless version of it. Please, see the movie in Step 1...

Step 1: Lets Watch the Movie...

So here we go. No more paper clips. Just fold and tear...

Due to bad light during videoshot, the video quality isn't the best, sry about that.
sooooooooooo great, i like it!
I have one of those plastic things for lazy people :) dont want to buy or fold paperclips
Nice job! Not 2 good 4 important papers, but 4 some1 like me it's <strong>VERY</strong> useful!<br/>
Believe it or not, this has been driving me up the wall for weeks... what is the name of the song in your video?<br/><br/>And I must say, that is ingenious. I'm always getting yelled at by profs for not having paperclips... problem solved! =<sup>n.n</sup>=<br/>
Nice I could help you out :-) The song is the theme for "The Benny Hill Show". /cheers!
<a rel="nofollow" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yakety_Sax">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yakety_Sax</a><br/><br/>I always wax nostalgic when I hear that song. &lt;sniff&gt;<br/><br/>
that song gives me a headake
It looks pretty flimsy and dodgy to me... A rash brat like me could have torn it easily.
yh i agree with u, its rubish,too flimsy
You can also do this to connect to papers side by side, instead of the corners. Just overlap, tear inward, like this: \ / then fold as above. Using this method, I covered a book with 4 piece standard lined letter paper, WITHOUT TAPE or anything like that. Just folding and tearing... Geeky, but cool :-)
That was a good idea and the video was good too.
lol, awesome video. overkill <sup> infinity</sup><br/>
I do like that a lot better! Nice work!
Thanks bigtime! Cheers

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