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this plane is ultimately my favorite paper airplane. its cool, fast, and far flying.Try throwing it off a jungle gym at your nearest park. Just bear in mind ...
on this plane you can use any paper that is 8 1/2 x 11 inches, i like that thin decorative paper its cool and pretty. but your ordinary ...
you are going to need to do the most precise folds for the best plane. first off you are going to fold the paper into a triangle and ...
okay now you need to fold the sides in just like the pictures
Now fold the whole plane in half.
no unfold it and fold the top down so the crease down the center is perfectly overlapping the other.after fold the two sides so the corners are touching ...
fold the bottom part up so it is folding right along the creases on the sides.
now fold those pesky sides in so they are perfectly along the side of the plane.
now fold those parts you just folded, fold them in again. ~_~ (i know confusing)
Fold the top popping out of your odd creation.
now fold it neatly in half.
Now fold the wings on the line across the bottom of the plane.
Now hold it near the center and fold the wings a bit up and throw it with medium power, upward a bit, and watch it fly away in ...
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