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OK, I had to give in and make a paper plane ible eventually.But it had to be special...
The secret to a tiny 'plane is thin, light paper.The thinnest, lightest paper I know is cigarette paper.You need one paper for one aeroplane.Disclaime...
With the glued edge closest to you, fold the top-right corner over to meet the bottom-left corner.Crease sharply.You can slightly dampen the glue to h...
Turn the paper round so that the creased edge is nearest to you. This edge will become the front of the 'plane. Sharply crease the 'plane down the c...
Look at the cigarette paper. You should see a crease that was already in the paper when you got it. It forms a V, with the point at the front of the...
Fold the 'plane in half along the centre crease, with all the previous folds on the outside (this locks the last fold of the previous step in place).A...
There is one thing you never do with this plane, and that's throw it.You gently launch it, or even just drop it, but you never throw it. It simply wo...
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