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Paper Airplane - XO
In the UK, this gets called a <em>Bishop's Mitre</em>. <br> <br>It would be nice to see how you throw it.
Yes, I've heard of similar versions called the Napkin, Pope etc. Just guessing but the design probably predates Bishops and Popes. What is the Chinese word for napkin? In any case, I call it the XO for my own purposes. ; ) <br> <br>The most reliable way to fly the XO is to use just three fingers. Gently push it forward at a slight angle with your middle finger above the folded X pointing inside the O and your index and ring fingers below supporting the plane. However, the XO is fun because it can be flown in a variety of ways with practice.
I haven't seen a reference to this design older than the early 70s, but it's not the sort of thing that gets documented well. <br> <br>*I* know they fly, and how to fly them, but the method is so different to the basic dart that it would have been a very good idea to include it in your video.
I call videos like mine &quot;flawful successes&quot;. They work to teach but far from perfect and in some cases embarrassing. At some point, I will remake all of the videos.
Agreed. You omitted the last step: demonstrating that the thing actually flies.

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